We’ve turned a modern lens on traditional Italian cooking. North Italia is our love letter to Italy—a place that’ll make you feel like you’ve stepped off a charming side street to discover a culinary gem. After a decade in business, we’ve learned a thing or two and we’re approaching perfection in the art of handmade pasta and pizza. Every day, we start from scratch to create dishes like Strozzapreti with Bloomsdale spinach or supple ribbons of tagliatelle for our Bolognese.
“ the art of handmade pasta and pizza”
Our pizza is a revelation: an airy, barely chewy center embraced by a perfectly crisp crust. With the spirit of the Italian taverna, North is the place to talk shop over a cocktail or swap gossip sharing delectable chef creations. Every neighborhood would be lucky to have a place like North.
It’s not every day you get to try dishes inspired by authentic recipes from regions of Italy – we’re giving you that chance this month. Join us on a four-course journey through Puglia, Italy’s south-easternmost region.
We want to Share the Love this Valentine's Day.
We want you to tell us what meal knows the way to your heart! Share with us in the comment section below and you’ll be entered to win a romantic dinner for 2 at North Italia.
Tucson Weekly set out to find the Best of Tucson from casual dining and restaurants, and we are pleased to announce that we have grabbed 3 winning titles, and multiple runner-up titles. Read more to see the winners...
The secret to our success is listening to our guests...a lot.
- Sam Fox, Founder
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