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noun - plural: trattorias

  1. A small, informal Italian-style restaurant


  1. "Trattoria" is a 2012 drama film written by Jason Wolos and Dawn Rich and directed by Jason Wolos.
  2. "Trattoria" is a 2012 short drama film written and directed by Soleen Yusef.


"Trattoria" is a book by Patricia Wells.

  • also known as "Patricia Wells' Trattoria: Simple and Robust Fare Inspired by the Small Family Restaurants of Italy (Paperback)", Patricia Wells' Trattoria
  • subjects: Italy, National, Cooking


Trattoria is a record label.


Trattoria: A trattoria is an Italian-style eating establishment, less formal than a ristorante, but more formal than an osteria. There are generally no printed menus, the service is casual, wine is sold by the decanter rather than the bottle, prices are low, and the emphasis is on a steady clientele rather than on haute cuisine. The food is modest but plentiful and in some instances is even served family-style.

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Google previewSardinia (2003)

by Damien Simonis

A trattoria is a down-to-earth family style eatery while the term ristorante ( restaurant) is as broad in Italian as it is in English - anything from a divey diner to an exclusive five-star spot. The problem is that increasingly the terms are used ...

Google previewThe Everything Family Guide To Cruise Vacations (2005)

A Complete Guide to the Best Cruise Lines, Destinations, And Excursions by Kim Kavin

Sabatini's Trattoria is an Italian eatery that's open for ...

Google previewThe Rough Guide to Italy (2011)

by Martin Dunford

Restaurants Traditionally, a trattoria is a cheaper and more basic purveyor of home-style cooking (cucina casalinga), while a ristorante is more upmarket, though the two are often interchangeable. Osterie are common too, basically an ...

Google previewA Perfect Trip to Italy—in the Golden Years (2011)

Volume 1: Florence, Venice, Rome, and Tuscany by Sharon Wilson

A trattoria is an Italian-style eating establishment, less formal than a ristorante ( restaurant), but more formal than an osteria. There are generally no printed menus, the service is casual, wine is sold by the decanter rather than the bottle, prices ...

Google previewSicily, the New Winter Resort (1905)

by Douglas Brooke Wheelton Sladen

A trattoria is a humbler kind of restaurant. Called also locanda. Trifoglio. The Sicilian weed. An oxalis with a pale green trefoil leaf and a yellow flower like the giant musk. See General Index. Most lemon groves are carpeted with it. Trinacria.

Google previewThe Unofficial Guide to Disneyland 2016 (2015)

by Bob Sehlinger, Seth Kubersky, Len Testa, Guy Selga Jr.

SUMMARY AND COMMENTS The trattoria is a popular spot for a Mediterraneanstyle or California-inspired meal, paired with a glass of wine from its extensive cellar. Braised lamb shank and sustainable fish with citrus pesto is delicious.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Data Warehousing and Mining, Second Edition (2008)

by Wang, John

Luoise's Trattoria, which was bankruptcy in late 1997 and now successfully come back to the business, has been using analysis of credit-card transactions and customer-purchase data, part of data mining. President of this restaurant chain ...

Google previewFlip Dictionary (2002)

by Barbara Kipfer

eatery, hasbhouse, inn, luncheonette, pizzeria, porterhouse, rathskeller, rotisserie, steakhouse, tavern, tearoom, trattoria RELATED TERMS restaurant in Greece, small: taverna restaurant owner: restauranteur, restaurateur restaurant serving ...

Google previewAuthors' & Printers' Dictionary (1912)

A Guide for Authors, Editors, Printers, Correctors of the Press, Compositors, and Typists, with Full List of Abbreviations by Frederick Howard Collins

trattoria (It. f.), cook-shop. Trav., travels. travel/, -led, -ler, -ling. Travellers' Club, London (apos. at end). T.R.C., Thames Rowing Club, tithe rent charge. Treas., treasurer, treasury. tree - calf (binding), a bright-brown calf stained with ...

Google previewNew American Roget's College Thesaurus in Dictionary Form (Revised &Updated) (2002)

by Philip D. Morehead

restaurant, steakhouse, chophouse, chuck wagon, coffee shop, diner, eatery, café, brasserie, trattoria, eating house, roadhouse, drive-in, cafeteria, lunch counter, luncheonette, Automat, canteen; dining room, refectory, mess hall.

Google previewBryson's Dictionary for Writers and Editors (2011)

by Bill Bryson

trattoria. Italian restaurant; pl. trattorie. Traviata, La. Opera by Giuseppe Verdi (1853). treiskaidekaphobia. Fear of the number 13. trek, trekked. Trentino-Alto Adige. Region of Italy. TriBeCa. Short for Triangle Below Canal Street, ...

Google previewCrossword Puzzle Dictionary (2015)

by Murali Mohan Hundigam

Italian pudding—tiramisu Italian region, capital Florence—Tuscany Italian Renaissance painter—Raphael Italian resort—Alassio, Rimini Italian resort island—Capri Italian resort on the Gulf of Sorrento—Amalfi Italian restaurant— trattoria, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of New York City (2010)

Second Edition by Kenneth T. Jackson, Lisa Keller, Nancy Flood

Trattoria (an Italian restaurant in the Pan Am Building), the Forum of the Twelve Caesars (an extravagant rendering on West ...

Google previewChambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary (part 4 of 4: S-Z and supplements)

by Various

Trattoria, trattōrē′a, n.acookshop. [It.] Trauma, traw′ma,n. an abnormal condition of the body caused by external injury.—adj.Traumat′ic, produced by wounds.—adv.Traumat′ically. —n.Traum′atism, trauma. [Gr., a wound.] ...

Google previewThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Food Issues (2015)

by Ken Albala

Other choices will carry other meanings; for instance, for many people, a red and white checkerboard pattern immediately conveys the sort of Italian American trattoria that was so typical throughout much of the second half of the 20th century .

Google previewEncyclopedia of American Food and Drink (2014)

by John F. Mariani

the Italian Trattoria andaGerman sausage eatery called Zum Zum inthe Pan Am Building, the Mexican La Fonda del Sol (with South American ...

Google previewThe Doubleday Roget's Thesaurus in Dictionary Form (2009)

by Sidney L. Landau

beanery, cafe, cafeteria, luncheonette, bistro, dining room, brasserie, trattoria. restful adj.

Google previewRandom House Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (2008)

by Random House

hamar- tia, Latakia, logorrhea, panacea, pizzeria, pyorrhea, ratafia, Santería, seborrhea, sinfonía, Tanzania, trattoria; amenorrhea, Andalucia, Arimathea, bougainvillea, Cassiopeia, cavalleria, echeveria, pharmacopoeia; onomatopoeia .

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Rhyming Dictionary (2002)

by Merriam-Webster, Inc

mythopoeia, Nabatea, Nicosia, panacea, Parousia, pizzeria, ratafia, sabadilla, Santeriia, sapodilla, seguidilla, sinfonia, Tanzania, trattoria alfilaria, Andalucia, Andalusia, Ave Maria, Cassiopeia, echeveria, Ismailia, peripeteia, pharmacopoeia ...

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