Pa' Degennaro's is the invincible old favorite of generations of pasta-craving Lauderdalians, a restaurant that through a couple of makeovers and many chefs has held onto its base clientele like a showman with a mad tiger by the tail. While over the years the interior and the chefs have changed, the food has remained much the same: fantastic. Dishes like Veal DeGennaro (cutlets of veal served with spinach, prosciutto, provolone, marsala-mushroom sauce and linguine) or ziti bolognese (delicately topped with pesto ricotta) have been pleasing the crowds for ages now. We're just sayin' if a spot can garner the attention of fickle South Floridians for so long, there's usually a reason for it.
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