Carbone’s Changes Gears

Julian Barsotti

Georgia hollered at Julian Barsotti a few weeks back, when the Nonna chef opened the Italian- American deli¬†Carbone’s in the Shops of Highland Park.
Seems he’s making a few changes. Nancy caught up with him, and he says he’s listened to his customers.

According to SideDish: We will keep our counter service model during lunch and serve a menu that consists of sandwiches, salads, and soups. We may add a few pastas in the future. I have changed dinner to table service. First come, first served. From 2:30 to 5:30 there is a limited menu in addition to the market items. On Sunday we open at 10:00 and will serve brunch until 2:00. Sunday dinner, the family style tasting menu, will start at 5:30. We will take reservations for that dinner and the cost will be $45 or $50 depending on the menu.

From what we’ve heard around the office, the food’s good, but you’re gonna pay. Though that’s not necessarily a bad thing. As someone who grew up with salami in their hands, I’ll wend my way over there soon, no matter the cost.

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