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Bruna's Ristorante


“Bella Bruna” Cani opened Bruna’s in 1933 – the same year prohibition was repealed. The third-oldest Italian restaurant in Chicago, Bruna’s quickly earned a reputation for serving up generous portions in a lively, neighborhood atmosphere.

Bruna’s is known for its wide assortment of pasta dishes, tender veal, and, of course, Bella Bruna’s original roast chicken recipe, still served every Sunday.

Bruna’s offers an extensive wine list featuring mainly Italian wines with some Californian selections. Bruna’s also imports a Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, a wine made near Luciano’s Italian hometown. The Vino Nobile is offered by the glass and by the bottle.


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