Uno, Due, Tre: New Prix Fixe at Il Dandy

Each Monday, Il Dandy, Bankers Hill’s casual modern Italian restaurant, presents a unique prix fixe menu. The weekly offerings will rotate based on seasonality, but will always consist of an Antipasto (starter), Pasta (entree), and Dolce (dessert).

Besides the obvious (pasta!), here are three reasons to make Il Dandy’s prix fixe part of your weekly routine:

Uno:

Aperitivo hour starts at 4:00 pm, so you can pop in for a Negroni (or two), then dine on the patio and enjoy the last bit of daylight.

Due:

Monday’s are stressful enough. Relinquish your responsibilities, bask in the ultimate luxury of not making decisions, and let Calabrian chefs Luca and Antonio Abbruzzino take the reigns.

Tre:

With historic Balboa Park mere steps away from Il Dandy’s front door, it’s the perfect opportunity to round out your evening with an after-dinner stroll.

Feeling European yet?

See you there!

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