Giorgio Morandi was an Italian artist born in Bologna in 1890. London-born restaurateur Keith McNally named his first Italian trattoria for the still-life painter, admiring his images of bottles and glasses as well as his epicurean hometown. Morandi's rustic space has a beautiful tiled floor, exposed brick and a happening crowd that's generally a mix of locals and Europeans. Various regions of Italy are represented on the menu, with a wide range of antipasti, pasta, and secondi like agnolotti di capesante (scallops ravioli) or meatballs with pine nuts and raisins.
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