Prosecco Chicago Bites #101

The orecchiette tartuafate at Prosecco was very tasty, but too rich to finish.

The orecchiette tartuafate at Prosecco was very tasty, but too rich to finish.

Prosecco is the new Italian offering on the Wells Street dining corridor that takes the place of the old Xel-ha restaurant. The two places couldn’t be more different — Yucatan cuisine has been replaced by rich, well-served Italian pastas and seafood. Do we think this restaurant will last longer than its predecessor? Tune in and find out.

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Show Notes:
00:00 – 01:45 Are they in business? Appearances.
01:46 – 02:57 Restaurant Week
02:58 – 05:30 Starting at Prosecco
05:31 – 08:35 Portions & pastas
08:36 – 09:56 Surf & turf
09:57 – 12:46 Desserts & service
12:01 – 14:03 Ratings and sign-off

Prosecco
710 N Wells St.
Chicago, IL

Bridget’s Prosecco Ratings:
Food Quality: 4/5
Value: 3/5
Service: 4/5
Ambiance: 5/5
Overall: 7/10

Tammy’s Prosecco Ratings:
Food Quality: 4/5
Value: 3/5
Service: 4/5
Ambiance: 4/5
Overall: 7/10

Average price per person: $60

The calamari was one of our favorite appetizers.

The calamari was one of our favorite appetizers.

The homemade pastas will keep us coming back.

The homemade pastas will keep us coming back.

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