Amore Victoria Ristorante

Photo by Katherine Harris
This cozy place feels like an old trattoria with exposed brick and rich mahogany woodwork. The vast menu includes specialty pastas plus pizzas and salads. Check out the rooftop in summer.

Details

Type: Italian

Price: $$$

Features: Kid-friendly, Late Night Dining, No Personal Checks, Outdoor Dining, Private Dining, Wheelchair Accessible

Meals: Brunch, Dinner, Lunch

Neighborhood(s): Minneapolis, Uptown

Open Table: Reserve A Table

From Amore Victoria Ristorante

Welcome to Amore Victoria, where traditional Italian cooking techniques are paired with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, plus world wines and artful cocktails.   A restaurant hand-crafted by the owners themselves, husband-and-wife-team Jenna and Alex Victoria have created an Old-World, timeless space with exposed brick, mahogany woodwork, chandeliers and velvet burgundy booths.  Serving scratch Italian classics which run the gamut from house made gnocchi con gorgonzola and frutti di mare, to more contemporary fusions, like the wildly popular Mushroom Passion, you are bound to find something on the menu to suit your taste. Our signature Lasagna and Tiramisu have been labeled “excellent” and “near perfect” by critics from both Mpls.St.Paul Magazine and the Star Tribune.

From Amore Victoria Ristorante

Welcome to Amore Victoria, where traditional Italian cooking techniques are paired with fresh, locally sourced ingredients, plus world wines and artful cocktails.   A restaurant hand-crafted by the owners themselves, husband-and-wife-team Jenna and Alex Victoria have created an Old-World, timeless space with exposed brick, mahogany woodwork, chandeliers and velvet burgundy booths.  Serving scratch Italian classics which run the gamut from house made gnocchi con gorgonzola and frutti di mare, to more contemporary fusions, like the wildly popular Mushroom Passion, you are bound to find something on the menu to suit your taste. Our signature Lasagna and Tiramisu have been labeled “excellent” and “near perfect” by critics from both Mpls.St.Paul Magazine and the Star Tribune.

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