Calamari

Calamari means squid in Italian, and a few decades ago, it was almost exclusively Italian restaurants that served it. But the tender, crisp-fried, mildly nautical rings, served with marinara sauce or cocktail sauce for dipping, have become a favorite appetizer in all kinds of restaurants, seafood restaurants especially, as well as one of the nation’s favorite bar foods.

Restaurants With This Dish

Nonna’s Italian Kitchen

EDGEFIELD, SC

O’Rourke’s Bar & Grill

WARWICK, RI

Neptune’s Net

MALIBU, CA

Diner breakfast: bacon, eggs, hash browns & toast
Lowell’s

SEATTLE, WA

Cheese-topped baked oysters ... seafood satisfaction
Island House Restaurant

WACHAPREAGUE, VIRGINIA

Purdys Farmer & the Fish

NORTH SALEM, NY

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One Response to “Calamari”

Calagero Bonanno

May 6th, 2022

One of my favorite foods ! I would like to see more recipes.

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