Restaurant News & Reviews

September 14, 2011 2:34 PM

Bocconcini: Gourmet dishes at reasonable prices

Nathan Toubia's new Bocconcini Italian Eatery at 4811 E. Central works, and the food is only part of the reason. The restaurant, housed in the space that formerly had Sugar Sisters Bakery & Cafe, has been packing in crowds since it first opened in late July.

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