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That One Classic Italian Joint, Reborn

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A lot has changed since Tiramesu closed their 17-year-old Lincoln Road spot last year.

For one, they’ve finally reopened in South of Fifth. This slideshow and this menu are a good place to start as far as getting your bearings in the new digs.

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Then: It was a cozy, simple space with a patio spilling out onto Lincoln Road. The kind of place you’d seek out for casual lunches with out-of-towners.
Now: It’s taken over the former Gold and Pepper spot on a corner in SoFi. It’s got French-blue curtained windows looking out onto Washington Avenue, creamy ivory walls and paintings carried over from the old location. So you could definitely take a date here now. You should take a date here now.

Then: Wine from the wood bar inside.
Now: Wine from a wraparound dark-gray quartz bar. Oh, and nine very drinkable drinks that employ things like fresh fruit and infused grappa.

Then: Traditional Italian pastas. Linguine. Bolognese. You get it.
Now: Kale fettuccine with rabbit ragout. Venison tartare. Blue-potato gnocchi.

Really all we’re saying here is that it’s better now.

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