The scion of a family that traces its roots back to Vallelunga, [[Sicily]], John Sinatra opened his eponymous restaurant in 1981, serving family recipes handed down from generation to generation. Originally named '''Sinatra's Trilogy''' in honor of John's three sons who helped him run the business, the name was shortened to "Sinatra's" when the middle son, Michael, took ownership after his father's retirement. Though Sinatra's has remained true to its original dedication to delicious Sicilian and Southern Italian food, over the years it has become more known as an upscale destination serving an increasingly refined interpretation of that cuisine. A wide range of pasta dishes are on offer, made with fine ingredients imported from Italy; the pasta con sardi is an interesting choice in this regard, topped with fresh sardines, tomatoes, raisins, fennel and pine nuts. A range of seafood dishes is also available at Sinatra's, as well as chicken and veal served in milanese, marsala, piccata, parmigiana or diavolo style. Perhaps most impressive of all, however, is the wine list: a gargantuan slate of offerings that features whites, reds and reserve selections from Italy, [[France]] and the United States. Buffalonians absolutely rave about this place.
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Sinatra's Trilogy Restaurant
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