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Chianti Ristorante Italiano, a DTC Restaurant, to stop Accepting Cash due to COVID
Denver, CO – Chianti Ristorante Italiano is a DTC restaurant that opened its doors in 2003 and has since grown to be known as one of the Italian restaurants in the Denver Tech Center area that has revolutionized the fine dining experience for authentic Italian food and wine.
Chianti Ristorante Italiano was opened by Alessandro Carollo, an executive chef and restaurateur from Italy with decades of experience creating authentic Italian cuisine. He features multiple types of Italian food that change based on his personal touch and the needs of his guests. He leads a team of culinary experts, including chefs and service staff that are committed to providing high-quality service to their guests. They have created a warm and friendly environment that has led to the formation of lasting bonds and a loyal client base.
To ensure that guests have a memorable experience, the restaurant is designed to promote romance, warmth, friendships, and Italian culture. Additionally, they offer a well curated wine list that pairs perfectly with the food they provide. They have a wide selection of food and drinks guests can select if they are on a date night, attending an event, or want to expand their palettes.
Chianti Ristorante Italiano has an extensive menu that features a wide range of gli antipasti dishes. They feature calamari rings, deep-fried crab cakes, a variation of grilled bread, veal meatballs, flash-fried calamari, different selections of cheese, vine-ripened tomatoes, and other healthy vegetables. Guests who prefer light, healthy, and refreshing meals can settle on a variety of dishes from the le insalate menu. The dishes have variations of sizeable portions of baby spinach, romaine, grilled artichokes, radicchio, mushrooms, smoked bacon, croutons, fried capers, field greens, and several vinaigrettes.
Guests on the search for an authentic ravioli meal can visit Chianti Ristorante Italiano. Mr. Carollo and his chefs prepare lasagna Bolognese, ravioli salsiccia, Verdi e Bianchi, Cappellacci di Zucca, and Tortelloni alla Parmigiana. Each of the dishes is made with specific ingredients including, spicy Italian sausage, vegetables, cheese, butternut squash, and cream sauces perfect for clients of different lifestyles.
All guests who visit Chianti Ristorante Italiano also have the option of choosing food from the gnocchi, pasta, chicken, veal, and dessert menu based on their tastes and preferences. The restaurant also serves a variety of side dishes including, grilled asparagus, roasted potatoes, penne Pomodoro, steak cut fries, fettuccine alfredo, gorgonzola polenta, and angel hair with garlic oil.
To protect the health and safety of all clients and service staff, Chianti Ristorante Italiano will stop accepting cash payments due to COVID. Instead, guests can pay for their dining experience with any type of credit card, including American Express, Visa, Mastercard, and Discover. They may also order their meals online for delivery to their homes/offices or make reservations for dining in the restaurant ahead of time. For added safety during this time, the service staff has taken proactive approaches to safeguard the health of everyone. They clean and sanitize common areas often, have digital and disposable menus, and do employee screening constantly.
To order delivery or make a reservation with Chianti Ristorante Italiano, call 303-796-0611 or visit their website to learn how. The restaurant is located at 5121 S Yosemite St, Denver, CO, 80111, US.
Chianti Ristorante Italiano
5121 S Yosemite St