Postino of the East Bay is an Italian restaurant located in a picturesque and historic building covered in ivy vines. The interior features classic brick walls and high ceilings, filled with traditional wooden dining tables set up in different dining areas. These smaller dining rooms contribute to the feeling of intimacy when dining in this family-oriented restaurant. Guests can also take advantage of the patio that comes equipped with a fire pit that is ideal for nighttime or chillier days. This Italian restaurant is known for its pasta as well as its other entrée options, such as the Coda Di Bue, a brasato of short ribs served with peas and veal reduction, and the Anatra, a pan roasted duck breast served with seasonal vegetables. An extensive wine list is available, featuring many options from nearby Napa Valley as well as from traditional Italian vineyards. Whatever dish ends up on the table, Postino will make diners feel as though they have entered the countryside of Italy.