February 25, 2002
Caruso's is named for the famous opera singer, who's pictures graces many of the walls of the beautiful restaurant. Americane to the bone, we find it difficult to wait until 9 or 10 for dinner so when we showed up at 7:30 we were about the first ones there. Our server treated us royally anyway.
Celebrating our last night in one of our very favorite cities we decided to have champagne. Ahhhh, the life! The squash ravioli appetizer was one of those melt in your mouth experiences and I wanted to savor every bite. The fresh seafood was light and delicious.
From journal Sorrentine Peninsula