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Dining Guide

Aventino’s

We truly cannot remember when this unobtrusive landmark in the Ridglea neighborhood wasn’t a go-to spot for Italian favorites crafted with care. Order this to go: Chef Chris Hight gives the traditional caprese salad a twist, adding bits of flash-fried prosciutto to the mix, giving a crispy contrast to the creamy mozzarella, juicy tomato, and bright basil. Veal scaloppine finds fork-tender slices of meat in a light breading, mingling with mushrooms, capers, and tendrils of red onion in a lemony, buttery sauce. Firm, perfectly grilled shrimp resting over the pesto-swept ziti with pine nuts is the best pasta-seafood combo. Pro tip: Order and pay online, and be sure to provide a description of your car; cameras outside let them know when you arrive.

Note: Review reflects COVID-19 protocols in place at the time of visit.

City: Fort Worth

Cuisine:

Drinks: Beer & wine

Price: $$

Rating: ★★

Address: 5800 Lovell Ave., Fort Worth, TX, 76107

Hours: D Mon–Sat.

Phone: 817-570-7940

Website: aventinos.com

Last updated: November 15, 2020