What is the menu like at Sinatra?

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The menu at Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star Sinatra is pleasing for those who expect an Italian dining experience, but also includes enough choices for those wanting to go in a different dining direction. The dishes at the restaurant are divided into antipasti, primi, pesci, carni, contorni and dolci. There are many pasta dishes, including Sinatra’s own favorite of spaghetti and clams, plus a nifty lasagna Bolognese for a hearty appetite. If you’re in a meat-eating mood, enjoy the Milanese, a lightly breaded, thinly pounded veal chop, or the saltimbocca pork tenderloin entrée served with mascarpone spinach. There are two chicken entrées — free-range organic chicken and a traditional chicken Parmigianino — and the seafood dishes include grilled sea bass, pan seared diver scallops and cioppino, a fish stew made with lobster, clams, scallops, shrimp and a tomato-lobster broth. The risotto is served with generous chunks of Maine lobster. Appetizers include standard antipasto, surprisingly delicious polpettine (homemade meatballs) and polenta fries. Another interesting appetizer was the panzanella con granchio, jumbo lump blue crab with brioche croutons, tomato, cucumber and tomato fonduta.

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