Rosso Trattoria Italia

4840 Forest DR

Columbia, SC 29206

Get Directions

Phone: (803) 787-3949

City: Columbia

Region: Midlands

Visit Website Visit Website

Rosso Trattoria Italia

This elegantly casual Italian trattoria was created by one of the founders of Mr. Friendly's, Gervais & Vine and Solstice Kitchen all located in Columbia, SC. Using local, seasonal products whenever possible, the menu boasts an array of antipasti, fresh pastas, grilled meats and wood-roasted dishes.

You might also like:

Northwoods Golf Club
Coast

Columbia

Midlands

Midlands

The
Midlands Region

Learn More
One of the course's outstanding features are its consistent greens. The course's signature hole is #14, a 313-yard, par 4, featuring the famous Pete Dye railroad ties bordering a lake which is alongside a well-bunkered green. The hole has many mounds...
Accommodation
Coast

Columbia

Midlands

Midlands

The
Midlands Region

Learn More
Within minutes of shopping, laundry, close to Fort Jackson.
Transportation
Coast

Columbia

Midlands

Midlands

The
Midlands Region

Learn More
Amtrak operates at this train station located in Columbia.
Hampton-Preston Mansion and Gardens
Coast

Columbia

Midlands

Midlands

The
Midlands Region

Learn More
The Hampton-Preston Mansion was home to many people since 1818, most notably the Hampton and Preston families, and had many uses over the years, including private residence, governor’s mansion, Union Army headquarters, convent, educational institutions...
Event
Coast

Columbia

Midlands

Midlands

The
Midlands Region

Learn More
Whether you are a beer aficionado, foodie, or live music lover just looking for an affordable way to spend time outdoors with the family, The LoCo Craft Beer Jam is the festival for you! With ten live bands performing on two stages, a wide range of craft...
Allen University
Coast

Columbia

Midlands

Midlands

The
Midlands Region

Learn More
Founded in 1871 by the African Methodist Episcopal Church, the university was the first private black school in the state established to educate clergy for the AME Church. Law and vocational degrees also were conferred. The school moved to Columbia in...