- Dress code: Casual
- Outdoor dining
- Reservations suggested (dinner)
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Notti Bianche Restaurant Review: As the restaurant’s logo notes, its name comes from the Roman tendency to stay up all night, probably to party, surely to eat. A limited lunch menu and a more extensive (and expensive) dinner menu will take patrons throughout Italy without having to pack. Look for such specialties as a corn and ricotta ravioli, breaded veal cutlet, and creamy polenta. Desserts include gelatos and a panna cotta for your evening meal. Lunch includes fulsome salads, Italian-inspired sandwiches, and a $20 quick lunch of appetizer, sandwich and cookies to go.