Featured dishes include Scottadito, grilled Australian lamb chops prepared on the wood burning grill, with chili oil and aioli for $33 and Risotto Al Gamberini E Funghi, which is Shrimp Risotto with Mushrooms, for $31. Dinner can be accompanied by a delicious array of sides (Aglio Olio E Pepperoncini with Spaghetti, Evoo, Garlic and Calabrian Chile for $7.50, Roasted Broccoli with Garlic and Olive Oil for $7.50, Rapini with garlic lemon and chili for $7.50, Seasonal Market Vegetable for $6.50 and Fingerling Potatoes with Parmesan Reggiano, Rosemary, Garlic and Olive Oil for $7.50). After dinner, enjoy dessert, including a Cannoli with a Sweet Ricotta Filling for $7.50 and Tiramisu with Marscapone Cream, Espresso and Savoiardi Biscuits for $9.50. Louie Bossi’s will also serve brunch both Saturday and Sunday with bottomless Bloody Mary’s and Mimosas. Featured brunch dishes include a Farro Grain Bowl with Tri-Color Greens, Ricotta Salata, Dried Cherries, Fresh Fruit, Hazelnuts and a Lemon Vinaigrette for $10.50 and Salmon Affumicato with Eggs, Artisan Toast, Ricotta, Smoked Salmon, Marscaone, Capers and Lemon for $17. Louie Bossi’s is led by Big Time Restaurant Group’s Corporate Chef Louie Bossi. The restaurant serves dinner seven nights a week, lunch Monday-Friday, and brunch, served Saturdays and Sundays. Louie Bossi’s Ristorante, Bar and Pizzeria is located at 100 East Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton and 1032 East Las Olas Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale. For more information, visit louiebossi.com.