Caffe Pranzo — a very nice 'hole in the wall'

Owner Rick Gratch caught himself calling Caffe Pranzo a "hole in the wall" Italian restaurant, but he's not wrong. It just happens to be a very nice hole in a very nice wall, which is why customers have been coming back to the restaurant for 14 years.
By Greg Elwell Modified: July 13, 2010 at 1:33 pm •  Published: March 16, 2009
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The restaurant is an all-purpose spot for Italian food. Whether you're on a date, talking business or bringing the family, it's a great place to eat.

Pranzo boasts a menu filled with Italian staples. Starters include baked cheese bread, fried calamari and bruschetta. French onion soup is always available, as well as a soup of the day made fresh daily.

Gratch said the veal dishes — including veal picatta, veal parmigiana and veal marsala — are especially popular, as is the selection of grilled seafood. And customers love to eat (and kids love to watch) pizzas made the old-fashioned way — hand-tossed in the air.

Another specialty is the cheesecake, shipped directly from the world-famous Carnegie Deli in New York City.

"It's the best cheesecake there is," Gratch said.

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