D'Angelo Trattoria Debuts in Delray

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 The man behind Casa d’Angelo restau- rants in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and at the Atlantis Hotel in Paradise Island, has opened D’Angelo Trattoria in the former home of Carolina’s Coal Fired Pizza. Set in a 1920s cottage, the new restau- rant by Chef Angelo Elia features tradition- al Roman cuisine including an array of appetizers, salads, carpacci, pastas, prime meats, seafood and pizzas from a wood- burning oven. Executive Chef Rickie Piper, who has been with Elia for more than ten years, has taken the helm at this new location. All of the food is freshly prepared on the premises and then popped into the wood- burning oven. The oven, along with the cottage-like premises, adds to the charming atmosphere of this new haute spot. A pastry shop and gelateria is also set to open there soon.