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Pesciolino Osteria

Pesciolino Osteria

24554 S. Pheasant Lane
Channahon, IL 60410
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Pesciolino Osteria is an Italian restaurant featuring authentic handmade pasta, fresh seafood, house made mozzarella and more. Their chefs craft each dish on their menu with the finest ingredients available. Enjoy their signature cocktails, excellent wine selection and artisinal dishes in an intimate setting with a modern rustic vibe. They also offer online ordering and pickup so that you can enjoy Pesciolino Osteria at home or at the office. Reservations are accepted only for larger parties over eight guests.


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