Napoli’s offers a refined atmosphere, Italian cuisine and a choice of wines | Magazine L

Seven baked pasta choices — Manicotti, Spinach Ravioli, Tour of Italy, Pasta Combo, Eggplant Parmigiana, Lasagna, and Sample Pasta — cost $11.99 to $15.99. Homemade pastas cost between $11.99 and $18.99 and include “The Works” spaghetti, Spaghetti Your Way, Tortellini alla Vodka, Sausage Pizolla, Tortellini Sicilian, Spaghetti Carbonara, House Fettuccine Alfredo, and Pasta Primavera.

Napoli specialties include Dorian’s Special (sautéed chicken breast with broccoli, spinach and tomatoes in garlicky white wine or alfredo sauce, served on tortellini, $16.99); Napoli’s Special (chicken and sausage sautéed with roasted peppers, ham and black olives in a white wine sauce with a touch of marinara, served over spaghetti, $17.99); Goni’s Special (chicken and shrimp sautéed with mushrooms, spinach and garlic in a sherry wine Alfredo sauce with a touch of marinara, served over spaghetti, $19.99); and Besi’s Special (sautéed shrimp, chicken, broccoli, mushrooms, tomatoes topped with Mozzarella cheese over penne pasta in a lemony butter sauce with white wine and fresh garlic and basil, $20.99).

There are 14 steak and seafood choices from $16.99 to $31.99, including dishes such as Napoli steak, Marsala steak, pesto ravioli with prawns, salmon cream and lobster ravioli. Damabianka, Chicken Pomodoro, Chicken Siciliano, Carsoni and Veal or Chicken Parmigiana – ranging from $14.99 to $19.99 – are featured in the Chicken and Veal category.

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