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Viaggio’s meatball salad ($16) pairs two large meatballs, cooked in the restaurant’s signature red sauce, with a romaine salad topped with tomato, onion, cucumber and a red-wine vinaigrette. (Photos by Jason Addy/22nd Century Media)
The restaurant’s classic rigatoni vodka ($18) is topped with a generous helping of ricotta cheese.
Viaggio’s brick chicken ($29) is cooked in olive oil, lemon, garlic and white wine and is served with roasted potatoes and broccolini.
Martin Carlino, Contributing Editor
11:00 am CST January 18, 2019

Like most who experience success in the restaurant industry, Lori and Larry Slavin consider themselves lucky. 

The husband-and-wife duo almost feels as if everything in their lives has fallen right into place. 

Lori and Larry’s first success story originates nearly seven years ago with the purchase of Viaggio, a popular Italian restaurant in Chicago’s West Loop.