Truly Old-School Red-Sauce Italian Joint
Ettore has its origins in the name of Hector, the commander-in-chief of Troy. Steeped in family bonds, this Italian restaurant conveys the rich, warm culture of immigrants who moved to New York in the late 1800s. Deep colors combine with local sensitivities and “old school” design elements for authentic branding while the home cooking is characterized by the abundance of ingredients and secret recipes that are unique to rural Italian kitchens. The “Sunday Gravy” menu is faithful to the basics from the main dishes down, with generous portions of red ragu pasta and drinks with good “mariage”.