Il Vagabondo—The Definition of Authentic Italian Food

5 Mar

At Il Vagabondo, it is immediately apparent that this Italian restaurant is the definition of authentic. You enter the elegant step-down doorway right into a bar scene out of GoodFellas—loyal patrons laughing, drinking Wine by the glass or sipping on a bottle of Peroni, and conversing with the veteran barkeep who probably knows your kids first names and how their grades are in school. The seating is a bit narrow, but that’s only because there is a full-size bocce ball court stacked right next to the dining area. It might seem illogical and even eccentric to have a bocce ball court, well, anywhere, but considering Il Vagabondo’s fascinating history, it only makes sense.

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One Response to “Il Vagabondo—The Definition of Authentic Italian Food”

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