VENETO: Scenes From an Italian Restaurant
370 E. 900 South, SLC
Mon.–Su. 5:30 p.m.–10 p.m.
801.359.0708 | venetoslc.com
Amy and Marco Stevanoni are proud of their dedication to the history, culture and tradition of Veneto, Italy, at VENETO Ristorante Italiano. The Stevanonis offer wine, food and hospitality from the mountainous region to provide a transportive atmosphere. The softly lit interior is decorated with dark furniture and intricate rugs. Italian folk songs float over the sound of popping corks throughout the evening. Together, the Stevanonis bring the true Veneto experience to Salt Lake City.
“The smoky ricotta from Italy truly takes you on a journey, giving you a very different experience.”
The menu changes with the seasons, using a combination of locally sourced and imported ingredients. The spring menu includes
dishes such as Gnocchi Sbatui, which is hailed as the ultimate Veneto mountain comfort food. “The smoky ricotta from Italy truly takes you on a journey, giving you a very different experience,” Amy says. “It is a dish served and made in only a very small area in Veneto—even in Italy people travel to the mountains to experience this special dish.”
VENETO’s snug kitchen functions like an artisan’s workshop. Every hand is essential, the team relying on method, timing and trust in each other to construct an authentic culinary experience. Quality components are carefully considered: Cuts of tender Wagyu balance atop rainbow carrots and a fennel salad. Steam from fresh Branzino entices hungry patrons through the swinging door to the dining room. “Our Piemontese beef is an exceptional example of how and why Italians eat meat,” Amy says. “[It’s] lean, simple and full of flavor—exactly how beef should be prepared and served, without the distraction of pepper, butter or any other sauces.”
“Our Piemontese beef is an exceptional example of how and why Italians eat meat.”
This spring, VENETO offers Vini at VENETO, a wine tasting series born from Marco’s passion for sharing his experience and knowledge as an Italian wine lover and professional. The series, which is held in-person at VENETO, tours the unique regions of Italy with six wines and charcuterie served during each class. Check out the Vini at Veneto schedule, seasonal menus, cultural
context and more on their Instagram, @venetoslc, and website, venetoslc.com.
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