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Verdile’s offers fine old-school dining

Veal la Verdile is served with Italian greens and french fries.
Photographer: Caroling Lee
Veal la Verdile is served with Italian greens and french fries.
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Change comes slowly to Verdile’s, and that’s just how they like it. Established in 1943 by the Verdile family, the restaurant moved to its current location in 1951 and is in its third generation. It’s old-school dining, with unfailingly polite and professional staff. Someone who dined there in 1965 would probably still feel at home there today. Dinner at Verdile’s is a night out. They do ceremony charmingly well — not fancy, but very well-behaved. ...

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