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Adelo's opened as a strictly carry-out establishment, but moved to a nearby storefront in the fall of 2013 to start offering an eat-in option and an expanded menu that includes pasta, salads, wraps and sandwiches, as well as 18 microbrews on tap. (Jan. 2014)

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The dim interior at Angelo’s is decked out in nostalgic Italiana and religious iconography. The menu features an impressive list of entrees: chicken (organic) and veal four ways, seafood, steaks and pasta dishes. Save room for tiramisu at this always popular Coeur d’Alene eatery. (July 2013)

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When it comes to eating Italian in Sandpoint, Arlo’s has got you covered. The restaurant added flatbread pizzas to its offerings, as well as solidified a spot on the menu for its extremely popular mussels dish — an item that sold out every time it was on special. Kick back with a great meal and a glass of wine. (July 2013)

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Relocated to Colville, Wash. as of Feb. 2015.

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Nice enough to take a date or Mom, Europa is a good option for dinner or splitting a bottle of wine and ordering one of their appetizers (from calamari to hummus and spinach-artichoke dip). If it’s pizza you’re looking for, take a look at Europa’s 13 different Tuscan-style pies. The wine list is long, varied and features something for every oenophile. (July 2013)

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Fedora’s smoked-glass dividers and booths create a comfy, classy dining experience. The place sports 1920s gangster-shtick with servers garbed in black and — naturally — a fedora. This Italian restaurant serves authentic pasta dishes that will make your mouth water and entrees like the prime rib that will have you craving more. Besides burgers and sandwiches there are several “lighter side” meals, like sandwiches and salads, that are just as good as the more extravagant dishes. (August 2012)

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This family-owned neighborhood restaurant serves up true Italian style pies, hand tossed and thin-crusted. The toppings are simple, but chosen for their exceptional quality. Order the Palermo ($15.95), and we guarantee you won’t find pepperoni like this anywhere else. It’s thicker, with more spice and none of that telltale grease. The Linguini Pomodoro ($10.95) is light and flavorful, and in the winter, the Sweet Italian ($14.95) house sausage served in a chianti sauce on penne pasta is the ultimate comfort food. (July 2013)

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Authentic Italian family recipes from owner and chef Pat Ferraro, who originally hails from Casole Bruzio, Italy, make dinner at Ferraro’s like a quick gastronomical trip to Europe. Mildly spicy broth chock-full of peas, celery, tomato, green beans, kidney beans and tiny pasta team up to make Ferraro’s delicious minestrone, and the signature dish, spicy Chicken al Diavolo with peppers and spices, will make your mouth water and your tongue tingle. (July 2013)

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Although the Dewey's Burgers and Brews name is no more, Ferraro's still serves up a lot of the same dishes that made the pub a hot spot. You might come here for a few drinks, but you have to try the hot, juicy, double-meat, double-cheese burger that ranks right up there on the burger nirvana scale. You’ll find a handful of other burgers on the menu, including a spicy jalapeno burger and the ‘Shroomburger, topped with Swiss cheese and sauteed mushrooms. Pub grub doesn't describe the food Ferraro's makes. It's more like perfection. (September 2012)

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This family dining and bar hybrid provides all the necessary requirements for a night out. Between the 25 toppings and six sauces, they have create-your-own pizza lovers covered. The menu also includes 14 signature pizzas, from the Alley-Oop to the White Flag, and with full satellite TV coverage, football fans will feel comfortable leaving the house on Monday nights. (October 2012)

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Nestled into the heart of Browne’s Addition, Italia Trattoria is a home-cooked hit from former Luna chef Anna Vogel. With a focus on natural and sustainable ingredients, the menu features handmade pastas, braised pork shoulder and seasonal vegetables spiced and grilled to perfection. No one is doing Italian quite like this. (July 2013)

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Terra-cotta floor tiles, etched glass, heavy draperies, dark wood and kitschy Italiana set the mood for traditional Italian-American favorites. For lunch, the meatball sandwich is delightful. For dinner, check out gnocchi, lasagna and ravioli, plus steaks, chicken and seafood. And don’t forget the dark, high-ceilinged, old-wood bar next door. (July 2013)

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Roasted tomato caprese, ravioli toscano, saltimbocca, scaloppini di anatra. Or maybe just tiramisu and an espresso. You’ll feel like you’re in Italy just reading the menu. And owners Jim Lippi and daughter Jessica treat you like family. Gluten-free diners welcome. (July 2013)

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The atmosphere is light and welcoming; the sprawling leather couches comfortable enough to stay and chat with friends way past breakfast and lunch hours. Laguna’s biggest bragging right? Fabulous patio dining, a clever use of space for its live music, and entrées, like its brie and mushroom soup and steak salad made with black angus filet mignon, that will turn first-time diners into regulars. Add Laguna to your list of restaurants to try during Restaurant Week. They go all out. (July 2013)

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Pick up pre-made lasagnas inside this family-run operation on Holland Avenue or just swing through the drive-thru. There are five basic kinds to choose from, ranging from the classic meat lasagna to the Tuscan chicken (there are even gluten-free options). Don’t worry, they have more. Cheese lasagnas are offered and you can also craft your own delicious Italian dish. Just in case that didn’t fill you up, pick up some tiramisu or one of the seven different flavors of cheesecake (we suggest you try the huckleberry). (August 2012)
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