Cotoletta BYOB Adds New Dinner Hour Deals
The Belmont Hills’ restaurant offers a variety of entrees.
Cotoletta's Chicken Milanese//All photos by Dallyn Pavey.
Cotoletta BYOB is making happy hour a thing of the past. Instead, the Belmont Hills restaurant is introducing a dinner hour. Chef and owner Beth Amadio’s new concept will be available from 5–6 p.m.,Tuesday through Thursday. Guests can choose any chicken cutlet (Milanese, Parmesan, Marsala or Piccata) served with a house salad and pasta for just $15.
Cotoletta has also added some new dishes to the menu, including stuffed eggplant (breaded and pan fried with ricotta cheese and marinara), shrimp with extra virgin olive oil, an Italian burger (brisket and short rib mix with provolone, marinara and long-hots), bucatini Parmesan pomodoro (cherry tomatoes and parmigiano reggiano), a 12-ounce New York strip steak with onions and mushrooms, and a veal chop with a choice of Parmesan or Milanese.
The restaurant’s name, Cotoletta, is Italian for cutlet or chop, a throwback to Old World Italian fare using the freshest seasonal ingredients. The menu offers fresh seafood, homemade Italian comfort food and sustainable specials featuring seasonal and local produce. Amadio’s butcher delivers a special combination of ground beef, veal and pork for her famous meatballs on a daily basis. Guests can enjoy their favorite bottle of wine with no corkage fee. Ordering to-go is also available.
201 Jefferson St., Belmont Hills, (610) 660-5224, www.cotoletta.net.