A modern take on the neighborhood eateries found throughout Italy, Mora blends a stylish and tailored aesthetic with relaxed and communal vibes in an expansive dining room, bustling bar and street-side patio.
Chef Scott recommends beginning your meal with one of the eclectic cocktails inspired by Italian aperitifs, or a glass from the well-curated wine list that spans old and new-world styles alike.
We also suggest starting with a Mora’s signature Asparagus Soup with smoked potato, spring garlic, and agrumato:
Paired with a salad like the Arugula & Goat Cheese salad with maple vinaigrette, walnuts, fennel, and pomegranate seeds:
Mora offers incredible wood-fired pizzas like the Pancetta, made with carmelized onions, fior di latte potato, and egg:
And an impressive selection of homemade pastas:
For the main course, Mora offers a variety of surf and turf options such as the Whole Roasted Orata with fregola, tomato, basil puree, and charred lemon:
Another one of our favorites is the Seafood al Tegame, made with snapper, shellfish, fregola, and red chili lobster brood:
With a side of Oven Charred Squash with currants and pignoli vinaigrette:
Be sure to save room for dessert! All of Mora’s desserts are absolutely incredible, and they’re big enough to share:
Mora’s happy hour is from 4-6pm Monday through Friday, and includes $4 beers, $5 wines and cocktails, and small bite specials:
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