Reduces annual CO2 emissions by:
Trattoria Ponte Vecchio offers a robust selection of dishes from Owner Daniel Nobili’s homeland of Milano, Italy. In addition to the fine Northern Italian selections on the menu, there are excellent daily specials like risotto, ossobuco, rabbit, veal chop, pork chop and fresh fish of the day. (For more information on Italian cooking, click here).
Ponte Vecchio in English means “old bridge,” and the phrase often refers to a well-known old bridge in Florence. However, Nobili had a different bridge in mind – nearby Torrey Pines Bridge, built in 1933 – when he settled on the name.
Nobili, a former chef, attended culinary school in Italy and has 25 years of fine dining experience that he developed in hotels and restaurants throughout Europe and the United States. He takes pride in the quality of food at Trattoria Ponte Vecchio and has a very personal approach with each customer. The intimate dining room offers a warm, romantic color palette complemented by artwork from local artists.
*CO² results were derived from estimated gallons of oil provided by the restaurant that can be recycled in to B100 fuel; or estimated fuel consumption by the company. Emissions are compared to Diesel #2 fuel and are based off EPA's life cycle analysis. Engine year/type may cause variation in results.