Little Italy is a great Italian restaurant located on Route 30 in Dyer. It is relatively small family oriented place. The owners are a husband and wife team that both work at the restaurant. The husband is the chef and was trained in Italy. The prices are very reasonable and the portions are large. With most dishes you have a choice of the “little Italy” size of the “big Italy” portion. Unless you are big eater or want left overs for home, opt for the “little Italy” portion because it is not little! The pasta dishes are very good. My favorite is the rigatoni marinara with either shrimp or chicken added. The chicken cacciatore and vesuvio dishes look great as well. The only potential drawback is if you are a wine snob (which I am not) is that the wine choices are somewhat limited.
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