It's just at the corner of the street. The Italian food served are quite good, especially the desert of Gelato.
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This place was a nice refreshing place in Williams. The pizza was good, nice crisp thin crust. I was disappointed in the salad dressing way too sweet. Great beers and wines too boot.
If you spend any time at all in Williams you HAVE to eat here. It was busy on the Sunday night we visited, but we were able to be seated right away. They have indoor and outdoor tables. We ordered 2 delicious pizzas and they...More
They have teens running the seating/ hostess position and they have no clue what they are doing, nor do they communicate. We waited in line for an outdoor table and were told that the next table would be ours. That hostess walked away, and another...More
We stopped in for lunch on a Monday afternoon. Our waitress/server acted extremely bored. Absolutely no conversation except to say "Here is a menu" and "Have you decided?" Another server stopped by to refresh our drinks as our server kept passing us by. We both...More
We ordered Pizza and lasagna. The pizza was a usual minus, but the Lazanya was cold and not tasty at all! We asked to heat it again, but it didn't help. The service was fine. Very expensive.
We were in Williams a couple of nights and were recommended to go to this bistro. The service was slow and the server kept forgetting orders and other requests we had. The food was very so-so. Two of us had pizza: one was totally bland...More
Walked across the street from Grand Cyn Hotel after the Red Raven displayed terrible service. Bartender made my drink perfectly and was very friendly. Ordered a light pizza w fresh basil etc. Excellent as was the 2nd drink.
We were heading to the Grand Canyon, it was past 8pm so we decided to have dinner in Williams before heading to our hotel in Tusayan. Actually, chosing this place was less an exercise of researching and goind as it was an exercise of finding...More