The lighting is just right, and the soft music sets the tone at Culinaria. But it’s the rich, Tuscan colors that bring it all home. The food is always well-prepared. Feel the love.
The music at elegant Culinaria is subtle yet relaxing, the lighting is perfectly dim
and the colors are Tuscan. And, as you know, anything Italian is romantic.
Critic Nancy Karibjanian and husband Joe find themselves at Ezio Reynauld’s Culiniaria almost weekly. It’s always fabulous, she says, “even if you order the same thing each time, like my husband (iceberg salad and ribeye) or try their specials, like me.” Karibjanian’s new favorite is the Thai curry chicken served with jasmine rice. “If I don’t order a special, the grilled marinated chicken breast is excellent,” she says. As for Reynauld, the chef is inspired by his native Italy, as well as French cuisine. Which would explain why pasta and rustic dishes such as calf’s liver are staples of Culinaria’s menu.