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Food tip: Polenta

Published October 11. 2012 4:00AM

Ballo Italian Restaurant and Social Club

Mohegan Sun

When a friend and I stopped by Ballo recently for dinner, we found much deliciousness. To wit: the pizza with sweet sausage with roasted peppers and caramelized onions on a crispy thin crust ($13); the chicken parmigiana with house pomodoro, mozzarella and basil ($24); the arugula salad with parmigiano, lemon and pine nuts ($11); and the classic Caesar with croutons and parmigiano ($9). But one side dish was beyond fabulous: the polenta ($8). My friend's analysis: "It was the creamiest, most flavorful polenta I've ever had." My analysis: Woo-hoo! I'm already planning my return visit.


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