Il Granaio means "the barn" in Italian. Or, more specifically, the barn that holds grain. So it's the perfect name for a restaurant that's all about pasta. Il Granaio's kitchen team crafts their authentic Italian pasta in-house using local ingredients from the area's farmers. And you'll be able to taste the difference in every bite.

Try the agnolotti porcini for a shining example of what the chef can do. The pasta comes stuffed with veal and mascarpone cheese, doused in a brown butter and mushroom sauce. The braised veal ragout is a fan favorite, served over tender pappardelle with root veggies. Fans of seafood should opt for something like the gamberi fra diavolo, which features jumbo shrimp seared with hot peppers, fresh tomatoes, and white wine, then tossed over linguine. You can try these and other innovative Italian eats at Il Granaio.