Featuring live opera performed by its mostly Curtis-schooled waiters, this friendly South Philly BYOB is more casual than some of its peers: The food is unpretentious, and no one will throttle Grandma for singing along after she’s killed the chianti. Standouts include the portabella mushrooms stuffed with extra-sharp provolone, lots of garlic, and broccoli rabe; the tender sautéed calamari in a spicy cherry pepper sauce; and the “Core’n grato”—scallops, lump crabmeat and spinach in a creamy vodka sauce over featherweight gnocchi.
Its a new name Since 2005 to Now called
HighNote Cafe same owner ( Franco )
Luigi moved on the Menu & Music still the same. Still Great REAL Italian Food that you
can only get at the HighNote Cafe
Come and taste for yourself..... Posted by frank: May. May 4th, 2009 at 11:37 AM