Examples from the Web for trattoria
They put a caricature of him among the rest on the walls of their trattoria, where he once dined with them.Indian Summer|William D. Howells
The Italian wayside inns, or trattoria, are not all bad; neither are they all good.
He must go by Posilipo to the Trattoria del Giardinetto, walk down to the village below, and take a boat from there to the island.
At the top, by the Trattoria del Giardinetto, she had to wait for several minutes before the tram came.
No osteria or trattoria by the roadside, but will give you this on short order if you do not seek anything more substantial.
British Dictionary definitions for trattoria
Word Origin for trattoria
Word Origin and History for trattoria
"Italian restaurant," 1832, from Italian trattoria, from trattore "host, keeper of an eating house," from trattare "to treat," from Latin tractare, frequentative of trahere (past participle tractus) "to draw" (see tract (n.1)).