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2413 S Oakley
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773-254-6555

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Open Mon, Wed - Thurs 11 am - 10 pm; Fri 11 am - 11 pm, Sat - Sun 4 pm - 11 pm. Reservations accepted; valet parking available. Specializing in Northern Italian cuisine, this family-owned restaurant is known for high quality food in abundant quantities. Twenty different pasta dishes are offered, many feature veal or chicken. Entrees are priced $9-27. - sys, 07/24/2005

I recently had the opportunity to dine at Bacchanalia while in Chicago on business. The local client I was visiting suggested the family owned, home cooking atmoshpher as a perfect get-away from the hustle, high price, and low value of the downtown chains and local hot spots. He could not have picked a more perfect place. The food was incredible with generous helpings of both volume and flavor. The staff were exceptionally knowledgable of their dishes, clients, and specialties as only staff with years of service can attain. This was a fabulous evening of food, conversation, local flavor and sincere hospitality. If there is a drawback, it is that they do not accept credit cards, which

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(if unknown) can cause a bit of an embarassment if you are taking a business group out for diner.
- P. Witkin, 08/23/2004

Located on the near-west side of Chicago (approx. 26th & Western), this little family owned ristorante called Bacchanalia's resides in what is known as The Heart of Little Italy. it is a storefront restaurant at 2413 S. Oakley. The phone number is 773-254-6555. Mama Pieri can be found in the kitchen when her son Danny or daughter Paula have their day off. If you like a warm intimate atmosphere and a clientele reminiscent of Cheers, come to Bacchanalia's. The baked clams are some of the best to be found in Chicago. Add some antipasta salad and capelinni marinara to either an entree of Chicken Vesuvio or Veal Saltimbocca. Finish off your meal with cappuccino and Frangelica, AND if that isn't heaven then I don't know what is. Moderately priced, but reservations are a MUSt on weekends. they DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS, so bring along a personal check. This is a little restaurant with a big heart. - Dennis Mitzner, 01/02/2001






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