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Davio

2100 Broadway Ave. (Crosby Ave.) Send to Phone
412-531-7422 | Menu
Davio delivers tasty Italian food in generous portions at steep prices.
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3.5 rating over 4 reviews

Davio Restaurant Review

: No one’s tepid on the subject of chef David Ayn and his restaurant, Davio. Loyal customers have followed him from stove-to-stove around town for decades. Others counter that a veal chop, even a double-cut one graced with crab meat, should not cost $65 in south suburban Pittsburgh. Nonetheless, the small space fills quickly; reservations are essential on weekends. It’s BYOB, with $5 per bottle corkage. Fresh bread, extra-virgin olive oil, Gorgonzola dip and signature cannellini bean-escarole dip start the meal. Sides of salads and pasta augment hugely portioned and boldly flavored main courses. In addition to meat, the menu spotlights seafood, including lobster. Desserts --- mascarpone cheesecake, Key lime pie --- are homey and house-made. Assorted Italian cookies are offered to sweeten the check. Sunday breakfast offers eggs, bacon and ham, of course, but also ricotta pancakes, frittatas and Sicilian fried bread.

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Average rating    3.5
Reviews 1 - 2 of 21
Davio might be my all time favorite.
by LSlick on Fri Jan 07, 2011 8:31 am
 
I don't understand the other reviewer. I have been to Davio quite a few times and the staff is great, friendly, and relaxed as is the environment there. The place is pricey....but you get what you pay for and then some. Friends who come to town demand I take them there so I always keep a good wine on hand. (Our nickname is "magic kitchen") It is a great place to take a 1-5 people and sit and eat and catch up.
 
Big and costly dissapointment
by FWZimmer on Thu Aug 19, 2010 1:31 pm
 
Way to expensive for any restaurant...even though they are mediocre at best. Cutlery was worn out and flimsy. Older waitress was late in taking my order...late in delivering my entree...and I had to track her down to get my check. And I was only 1 of 2 diners on a Monday night.
 
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