I recently had an awesome lunch with a couple of my fave coworkers at D’Amico Kitchen. D’Amico Kitchen is the recession-chic Italian restaurant that replaced Chambers in Minneapolis.
I love the decor of this place; light, airy, feminine, classy and a bit minimalist. What drew Diane, Amelia and I in for lunch last week was the 3 items for $10 lunch special. The menu includes a choice of three of the following:
Tomato soup, 1/2 meatball sandwich and the beet salad.
Tomato soup, spicy fried calamari and grilled asiago sandwich. The soup was velvety and delicious, with a perfect tangy flavor. The calamari was arguably the best I have ever had. It included fried capers, red peppers and parsley which gave it an awesome texture.
The lighting was just right in the restaurant to take some decent photos.
A pretty chandelier above the parmesan round.
The cool bar. I’d love to sit here drinking a glass of Prosecco after work.
I would definitely recommend D’Amico Kitchen to anyone looking for a quality lunch for a really good price.