Incanto is based on the bedrock principles of Italian cooking: emphasis on the freshest and highest-quality local ingredients, respectful treatment of food, and presentation that is neither overwrought or fussy.
Our menu, which changes daily, almost always includes one or two dishes featuring “odd cuts” and offal because serving these parts of the animal honors the whole animal and helps preserve an important, yet increasingly overlooked, part of our culinary heritage.
We grow as many of our own cooking herbs as possible on our rooftop garden because it connects us to the food cycle, keeps us focused on sustainability, and because freshly cut herbs taste great.
Incanto exists because we wish to share our passion for dining well with our local community. We believe that companionship at the table and respect for the art of dining bring out our best qualities as people. We sincerely hope you will visit Incanto and share a dining experience with us.