A10 is named after the road that runs through Italy and France, so it makes sense that the food is a mix of both French and Italian. A good portion of the menu is made up of pastas, and that’s what you should focus your time on when you’re here. Particularly the bucatini carbonara and the gnocchi - they’re so good you’ll be able to completely tune out the grad students arguing about net neutrality at the table next to you.
A10 is permanently closed.
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