Brendan Sodikoff closed his fancy Jewish deli Dillman's in early 2014, then reopened part of it as Cocello, an Italian spot. He kept the library-esque decor, but while the food is not as exceptional as Dillman's, Cocello is a solid spot for Italian fare. The single raviolo, stuffed with a runny egg yolk and riccota, is pure decadence, while the bibb lettuce salad, lightly dressed with dijon sherry vinaigrette, helps keep pasta consumption in check.
|Venue name:||Cocello (CLOSED)|
354 W Hubbard St
|Opening hours:||Lunch: Mon–Fri, 11am-2pm. Dinner: Sun-Wed 5-10:30pm, Thu-Sat 5-11:30pm|
|Transport:||El stop: Brown to Merchandise Mart.|
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