The scene at Louie Bossi’s Ristorante Bar and Pizzeria
in Fort Lauderdale is fueled by intense energy. On a recent weekday evening, every inch of the main dining room is jammed like the Dolphin Expressway at rush hour. Except here, people seem perfectly agreeable with being elbow to elbow.
“In big cities like New York and Chicago and San Francisco, we’re seeing a return to slow food and Old World techniques,” says Lisabet Summa, Big Time Restaurant Group’s director of culinary operations. “And that’s what we wanted Louie Bossi’s to stand for: a scratch kitchen using real ingredients and products with integrity.” Click here for the full review on Louie Bossi’s Ristorante Bar and Pizzeria by Nicole Danna.
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