Friday, September 2, 2016

November 29, 2015 Trattoria La Vigna

I'm back with another Galveston restaurant review--drumroll please! Last night we ate at Trattoria La Vigna, a lovely Italian restaurant near the Grand 1894 Opera House where we went after dinner to see Peter Noone and Herman's Hermits. By the way, that's a great show and he's still a wonderful entertainer.

But I digress!Trattoria La Vigna has expanded since our first visit a couple of years ago. The chef makes her own pasta and they have a nice wine list. Service was prompt and friendly.

We had the daily specials--cannelloni with shrimp, crab and scallops with a side of grilled shrimp and asparagus and baby shrimp with fettuccini and grape tomatoes. Followed it with a shared panna cotta. Delicious! Highly recommended and we will be back.

One caution: I wouldn't take very young children here. There's no pizza or children's menu. If you are taking the whole family for Italian I recommend Marco's Seawall Italian and Pizzeria.

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