Once settled, you are brought fresh bread and olive oil. Be careful not to fill up on this yumminess, as you'll want to save room for your entrees!
We started our meal with some appetizers - calamari and mussels. Both were fresh and delicious, with the classic crispy calamari being my personal favorite. They also have an antipasto appetizer that we almost ordered that can be a great choice for non-seafood fans.
|Calamari - $14 flash fried calamari, lemon-garlic aioli, marinara|
|Mussels Marinara - $12 white wine, garlic, basil, tomato, crostini|
|Veal Parmigiano - $21 marinara, mozzarella, linguine|
|Bucatini with Meatballs - $17 three house-made meatballs, marinara, mozzarella|
|Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo - $17 grilled chicken breast, parmesan cream sauce, pancetta, peas|
|Lasagna - $16 pasta layers, bolognese, parmesan, mozzarella, creamy white sauce|
With social distancing measures currently in place at Universal CityWalk, the wait for dinner can get a little long (about an hour when arriving 30 minutes after park closing). We recommend trying to get to a restaurant slightly before the parks close, or at least an hour after closing for shorter wait times for a table.
We were too stuffed to try any desserts, but given the quality of all the other food we sampled, we believe they would also be just delicious!
Have you tried Vivo Italian Kitchen? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!
*All prices in this blog post are accurate as of July 2020.
Maci is an avid foodie and loves trying out new restaurants and seasonal food offerings in the parks. You can email Maci at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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