Fresh Seafood, Ice-Cold Crab & Steaks
A contemporary restaurant with a concept uniquely its own, Di Pescara specializes in fresh, meticulously selected seafood, superb quality steaks, and a satisfying range of Italian specialties. The setting is modern and varied, with animated, lively dining rooms, private party rooms, and a subdued, intimate, well-stocked bar with a wine cellar.
The kitchen, supervised by chef-partner Mychael Bonner, makes the most of global resources, bringing modern touches to traditional dishes with results such as tilapia milanese with a spicy sesame-almond crust and delicate, miso-glazed black cod. A chef's braised dish of the day, frequent Alaskan king-crab specials, and featured wine discoveries (sold by the glass) add to the fun. An array of "small bites" desserts caps off your meal with guilt-free satisfaction. We know that sometimes you just want to pick up some great food to eat at home. Our menu is available for carryout and for an added touch we will bring your order curbside so you can grab and go.
Di Pescara - Northbrook, ILNorthbrook Court Mall
2124 Northbrook Court
- Phone:(847) 498-4321
Hours of Operation
Events & Promotions
Sunday, October 2nd to Monday, October 3rd
WHEN: Sunday, October 2 and Monday, October 3, 2016 after 5:00PM
Di Pescara is hosting Rosh Hashanah dinner complete with everything you need to make your family feel right at home. The menu is also available for carry out.
The meal is served family style and includes favorites such as Orchard Salad, Chopped Liver, Matzo Ball Soup, Gefilte Fish, and Beef Brisket. Click here for the full menu.
Dinner is $42.95 per person + tax (gratuity not included) and children under 12 are half price. Carry out or delivery is $39.95 per person + tax (gratuity not included) delivery available for $10.
*Frequent Diner points may not be used, but Frequent Diner points will be awarded.Read more
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