On a whim, my wife and I returned to Da Luciano’s, an Italian restaurant in River Grove that caters to the gluten free. Our first visit, back in 2011, was quite enjoyable for both food and atmosphere, and I’ve been promoting the place ever since. This time, the entrees were even better. Cathy had a Pasta Amalfi with mussels and arugula. The arugula perfectly complemented the seafood. I had the Pollo Rosmarino, a chicken and potatoes dish with peppers and spinach, topped with a generously spiced garlic and rosemary olive oil sauce.The house italian gluten free bread has great flavor, but a slightly more biscuity texture. Eating it while it’s hot is best, as is often the case with gluten free breads. Service was adequate and could benefit from better training, but it’s on par with most “mom&pop” eateries. Salads were included and pretty standard. House Montepulciano was tasty but served too warm for my tastes.Overall, I still recommend this place to all my gluten free friends and Cooper’s Hawk guests for an authentic italian experience. Even if you’re not gluten free, they are worth the trip. Enjoy!