Michelangelo Ristorante is known for authentic Italian cuisine, and the intimate, romantic setting only seems to enhance the amazing food. To start out, try the carpaccio di carne—thinly sliced filet mignon served with arugula and Parmesan—or the prosciutto and melon plate. For your main course, be sure to try the rigatoni with sausage, which is served with caramelized onions and roasted peppers in a fresh, white-wine herb pomodoro sauce. Or, if you’re craving wood-fired pizza instead, try the pie with slow-roasted tomato, roasted garlic, balsamic vinegar and fresh mozzarella. If you have room, order the tiramisu for dessert, and just be sure not to think about your caloric intake as you’re enjoying those ladyfingers and mascarpone cheese.