Ciccio Mio in one word? Atmospheric. This refined-yet-cozy Italian restaurant, which recently debuted in the space formerly occupied by Radio Anago, boasts decorative elements that make you want to sit and stay awhile—think dim lighting, velour upholstered booths, vintage-style chandeliers, and an eclectic array of framed photos scaling the walls. There’s also a cozy bar serving up expertly crafted cocktails.
There’s more to love about this 50-seat restaurant than its decor, however. Reviewers on Yelp direct praise toward the menu’s aracini balls, the burrata, and the truffle pasta in particular. Be sure to save room for dessert, too: the soft-serve gelato—made in-house—is a fan favorite, while the Pavlova is piled high with fresh berries.