Boca Raton welcomes chef Fabio Trabocchi and team to our community with the opening of Fiolina, which debuted last Thursday. As the first restaurant to open on Restaurant Row in midtown Boca, Fiolina breathes new life into the area with its handmade pasta and relaxed Italian ambiance. Trabocchi’s Washington D.C. concept, Fiola, is a Michelin-starred restaurant. Now, he’s bringing that level of detail, service, and food quality to Boca with his first Italian pasta house outside the nation’s capital. On the menu, guests will find an array of Italian influences, from Roman to Sicilian, alongside a few of Trabocchi’s family recipes that he’s sharing with all of us. Look forward to pappardelle Bolognese, branzino puttanesca, beef agnolotti, Roman-styled smoked salmon pizza, linguine vongole and housemade tiramisu and Sicilian cannoli cake, just to name a few dishes.
The 7,000-square-foot space boasts an expansive patio, several dining rooms and an impressive wine room. It’s open for dinner, with plans to announce lunch and brunch in the coming weeks.
5377 Town Center Road, Boca Raton; 561/473-9400; fiolinapasta.com