Sardella is a term for an ancient fish sauce, and Executive Chef Brian Moxey aims to make the old new again in his dishes. Sardella’s design echoes the same notion as the menu – inviting, bright, and fun. Antiqued, oak wood floors and a white painted plank ceiling with large wood joists set this tone for the space. While marigold banquette seating, Mediterranean blue and white tile on the walls, antique brass mirrors, and a colorful mosaic-like installation of sardine cans above the open kitchen add drama and excitement, a marble and wood bar along the entire length of the restaurant creates a warm and welcoming environment. The menu offerings change seasonally so guests are encouraged to explore Sardella’s selection of shareable small plates, unique hand-crafted pastas, globally-influenced entrees, and desserts from Executive Pastry Chef Sarah Osborn Blue.
Allowed if dining outside.
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My twin brother and I were in town for a business meeting, so we met our aunt and uncle at Sardella for breakfast at their recommendation. We were seated in the right front corner - a six top that...Full Review
Dined here with my wife, son and daughter-in-law. Great decor and staff. On to the food. Fried artichokes were ok but the garlic aioli made them a lot better. Mixed green salad with faro was vapid...Full Review
We came here to celebrate my wife’s birthday. Their menu features a handful of appetizers plus 3 pastas & a half dozen entrees. Each one was unusual & all we tried were amazing! My wife started with...Full Review