The D'Amicos bring alta cucina down to earth in affordable salads, sandwiches, pizzas and pastas.. In Short Brothers Richard and Larry D'Amico won raves from food critics around the country with their namesake D'Amico Cucina. But it wasn't until they opened informal deli-cafes that most Twin Citians learned what the fuss was about. Everything is fresh, colorful and generously seasoned with herbs and garlic. Smoky hints hide in the roasted turkey sandwich and the grilled vegetables with couscous. The restaurant bakes its own focaccia and crusty breads and pastries.
Great quick lunch.
Don't get me wrong, the food is great. The staff is not quite up to handling the lunch time rush however. I would suggest going to the restaurant to order, not calling an order in. Items get missed.