This Italian establishment occupies a space that formerly housed Mediterranean tapas eatery Onion Restaurant & Bar, and is named after famed Southern Italian opera singer Enrico Caruso. The restaurant puts out traditional recipes like paccheri caruso ($22.50), pasta with prawns and zucchini, as well as an all Italian cheese platter for two ($28.50), featuring a rotating list of options such as smoked mozzarella.
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