- Dress code: Casual
- Outdoor dining
- Reservations suggested (dinner)
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Notti Bianche Restaurant Review: As the restaurant’s logo notes, the name comes from the Roman tendency to stay up all night, probably to party, surely to eat. The kitchen offers such starters as beef carpaccio and Jerusalem artichoke soup, while specials may include seared scallops, grilled swordfish, and lamb osso buco. An abbreviated dessert menu proposes tiramisu and a Mt. Vesuvius cake. Ample wines and spirits round out an evening meal. Meanwhile, theater-goers can enjoy a special three-course prix-fixe dinner menu Tuesday through Sunday, and lunchtime brings several pasta courses and panini.