Whether you're of Italian descent or not, there's something soothing about simply prepared plates of pasta.
Maybe there's a stress-relieving physiological response to gluten; maybe it's a carb hangover -- either way, it works.
There once was a time in which Italian cuisine was symbolized by little more than spaghetti and meatballs with red sauce. Hey, we're not bashing it, but it's not really Italian -- in fact, that combination was devised in New York.
Over the past decade or so, we've seen that other regional variations and styles of food from across Italy's boot have become increasingly common. Frankly, we think it's awesome.
From the Northern Alps to Tuscany to the South, we're all about Italian.
With that, we decided to compile a list of the ten best Italian restaurants in South Florida.