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Disotto’s beef tartare ($13) comes with chopped egg, capers, and house-made salt and vinegar chips. Photos by Matt Yan/22nd Century Media
The pappardelle ($17) is topped with Sal’s Bolognese sauce, herbs and parmesan.
The half-roasted chicken ($19) is served with potatoes alla grec, natural jus, roasted garlic and salsa verde.
The egg toast ($11) is covered in fontina cheese on a bed of asparagus and topped with truffle oil.
The grilled pizza comes in four flavors, including this margherita ($13) with San Marzano tomato, mozzarella, olive oil and basil.
Another pasta option is the orecchiette ($15), made from scratch with fennel sausage, garlic, Calabrian chiles, rapini, pecorino and lemon.
Courtney Jacquin, Editor
5:38 pm CDT July 14, 2016
As you walk into Disotto, Highwood’s newest dining destination, there’s a warm, homey feeling as soon as you walk in the door.