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Guiseppe's Restaurant Review: This hidden gem is a favorite of longtime Tucson residents thanks to the recipes created by the Scordato family. Begin the meal with the antipasti plate that’s generous enough for two to four people. Items include sautéed spinach, prosciutto, goat cheese and the house garlic bread. Everyone has their favorite Guiseppe's entrée, but we’re partial to the meaty, tender braciole, slowly simmered in a tasty tomato sauce laced with green bell peppers and onions and served over linguine. Chicken Giovanni plates a plump chicken breast in a silky lemon butter sauce. But whatever you choose, don’t leave without ordering the famous dolce de Patricia, a rich sponge cake layered with chocolate and custard cream. The wine list is brief but reasonably priced.