Quartino

Row 1

Details
626 N State St (at W Ontario St)
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 698-5000
Italian, Pizza, Wine Bar
$ $
Hours
Mon–Fri, Sun: 11:30 AM–2:00 AM Sat: 11:30 AM–3:00 AM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Veal meatball slide
  • Get the the thin-crust pizza, which manage to be both light and rich. Crusts are crisp, with a bready flavor, and house-made sauce is a knockout.
  • Start out your meal with the cheese fondue. Skip the sides, the bread is all you need to dip!
  • Oh my gosh order the chocolate cake and the donuts then take the chocolate sauce from the donuts and poor it on your chocolate cake. Yes I said it
  • So many favorites: Lambrusco, pancetta wrapped dates, orecchiette, tortellini, braised pork shank, sea scallops, Tuscan sausage risotto, linguini with clams, roasted baby octopus
  • Amazing restaurant. Get prosecco, cheese, and cello. Ask for Nikki, she'll take care of you!
  • Such an awesome place. Wine, pizza, and white bean garlic spread are incredible.
  • Can't say enough good things about the veal meatballs, bolognese, and wine. Jarell, our server, was 100% on point. We're coming back, every week!
  • A much classier option for your late night out case of the munchies than Rock n Roll McD's. Serves thin crust pizza only after a certain hour. Buttery thin crust > mystery meat chicken nuggets.
  • The Gibsons folks go rustic Italian with this cavernous dining room decked out with reclaimed wood and subway tiles, vintage mirrors and mismatched chairs.
  • Never disappoints!
  • Italian tapas with an elegant feel, this is the place to go when you're in Chicago.
  • The pork shank is amazing, the meat just falls off the bones
  • Order the octopus and a Stella!
  • Fun neighborhood place! Love the Quattro Staggioni pizza, beet salad, veal meatball sliders...actually everything on menu! Don't leave w/o sipping Chef's famous Limoncello!
  • Be sure to make a reservation and stay on top of it. They are so busy they forget about you sometimes.
  • Gorgonzola Dolce & Artichokes Campobasso then Quattro Stagioni. I always get same thing!
  • Calamari is good. Skip the polenta fries - they are bland
  • Penne alla Vodka is unlike any other
  • Fun atmosphere, relatively cheap, good Italian. Get the cheese fondue and extra dipping bread