Little Italy may not be what it used to be - but the dining at Grotta Azzurra is pretty darn close. A former Sinatra hangout that opened in 1908, is a restored bi-level eatery, with an antique mahogany bar, indoor waterfall and a climate-controlled wine cave holding over 1,600 bottles of Vino. What cannot be overlooked is Azzurra's famous Italian bread served alongside the entree. It's warm. It's soft. It's mouthwatering.
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