Dinner is served on Sundays and Tuesdays through Thursdays from 5 pm to 9 pm, and on Friday and Saturday from 5 pm to 10 pm. Polizano Italiano’s Dinner menu features a broader selection of Antipasti and Primi, and includes an additional category, Contorni. The dinner menu’s grilled caesar goes for & and features house dressing, Bagnacauda, and crostini. The Barbabietole Arrostite goes for $10 and features balsamic vinaigrette, basil, toasted pine nuts, goat cheese, and roasted yellow and red beets. The Piadina also goes for $10 and features heirloom tomato vinaigrette, prosciutto di Parma, arugula, citrus Crescenza cheese, and whole flatbread. The Polpo Alla Griglia goes for $12 and features blistered tomatoes, romesco, fingerling potatoes, and grilled sous vide octopus. The Cozze goes for $14 and features pancetta, tomato Conserva, cider-braised fennel, Castelvetrano olive emulsion, and mussels. The Burrata Bufala goes for $15 and features house bread, herb oil, balsamic, local honey, and rock ford cantaloupe. The Affettati Misti e Formaggi features a chef’s selection of artisan cheese and cured meats, house bread, olives, pickled veggies, and jam. The Caprese goes for $15 and features cherry tomato salad, marinated mozzarella, and creamy basil vinaigrette.
Palizo Italiano’s dinner selections of Primis are served in two sizes: small and large. The prices vary depending on the size you order. One of the most popular dinner primis is the Raviolo, which features herb oil, dressed pea shoots, goat cheese fondue, and chive soubise. The small-sized Raviolo goes for $12, while the large-sized Raviolo goes for $24. The Gnocchi features broccolini, heirloom cherry tomato, pancetta, and Palizo’s homemade Yukon potato gnocchi. The prizes here are also $12 and $24 for the small and large sizes. The Bucatini con polo is a must-try when you are having dinner at Palizo Italiano. It features shaved parmesan, confit garlic, cream sauce, grilled chicken, and sauteed broccolini. The pappardelle features aromatics, parmesan, red wine, and creamy bolognese sauce, The small and large sizes go for $18 and $26. Pat’s Vongole features white wine butter sauce, chili flakes, basil, cherry tomatoes, and manila clams. The Fall Risotta features aromatics, mascarpone, pepitas, and butternut squash. The small size goes for $14 while the large size goes for $24 (which isn’t cheap, but it also won’t leave you in any risk of having to visit a credit union or bank.)
Just like the Secondi selection offered during lunch, the dinner selection is equally exciting. The Cauliflower steak, which goes for $18, is pan-roasted and features heirloom tomato vinaigrette, parmesan, and arugula. The Pollo da Veneto goes for $24 and features arugula salad, heirloom carrots, and roasted colorado chicken. The porchetta goes for $28 and features seasonal mostarda, olives, marinated white beans, and roasted pork belly. The Salmone goes for $28 and features cucumbers, heirloom tomato carpaccio, and cold quinoa salad. The veal Milanese also goes for $28 and features butter sauce, shaved parmesan, lemon, and arugula salad. If you would like to indulge in delicious seafood, then Gamberetti Picatta is for you. The selection goes for $30 and features broccolini, saffron risotto cake, lemon caper butter, and grilled shrimp. The Bistecca goes for $35 and features grilled lemon salsa Verdi, roasted fingerling potatoes, and dry-rubbed rib eye. The item with the heftiest price tag is the $120 forty-ounce Bistecca, which features a salad, 5-day demi-glace, and 4 family slides.