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Trattoria Reggiano, as the name would have you guess, serves typical trattoria fare. If you’re unfamiliar with the idea of a trattoria (try saying that three times fast), it’s an Italian restaurant that’s more formal than an osteria, but less formal than a ristorante. With that in mind, this trattoria serves food that you might find in an Italian home — simple dishes filled with regional ingredients. Trattoria Reggiano has a slew of familiar starters, such as fried calamari and a caprese salad, as well as a few originals like the warm spinach salad. Pastas include Baked Ziti, Linguine Bolognese and Pesto Gnocchi; and entrées include Eggplant, Chicken or Veal Parmigiana, Grilled Salmon and a variety of pizzas — you can even create your own pizza from the list of toppings. And lastly, you’ll have a few desserts to choose from, including the housemade Ricotta Cheesecake, Tiramisu and the house specialty Cannoli. Expect hearty Italian fare at Trattoria Reggiano — all with a casual, relaxed vibe.