Great bread and garlic dipping sauce, no corkage fee on wine you bring and great selection of Italian food. This is a must visit spot.
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Looked around on the net for pizza close to our hotel and found this place. Great pizzas, extra bread, garlic and cheese, all for a competitive price. We took the pizzas to go but when we were there at 5 pm on a saturday there...More
Great dipping rolls/garlic oil. Wonderful pesto. Tasty meatballs. Regular + somewhat smaller pasta portions available. Neighborly seating, that is, tables close to each other. They encourage and facilitate BYO Wine.
This is a great find. The Italian food here is amazing and the service was prompt and friendly. The prices are more than fair for the quality and quantity of the food. Next time I am in the area, will be back
Recommended by a local as it was on our way to meet someone. Looks like it's been a family business, ...for maybe 2-3 generations? On a major timeline for throwing down some lunch with nearby parking meter running ...they didn't have a line so we...More
Small Italian restaurant offering very large portions, delicious food and excellent value for money.
I had the Italian Chopped and the Spaghetti Pamadora with Meat Balls. The portions were huge and there was enough food for 2 hungry people. The bread is some of the best around, ask for it to be warmed and dip in the garlic oil...and...More
Restaurant is in a small strip mall - more a "pizza-place" than a restaurant. I only had take-out pizza, but there were several people eating meals at small tables. I'm from NYC and was pleased to find true NY style pizza. Reasonable prices and they...More
This is one of those good food not so great atmosphere places. No brick oven, but my dinner was very good. I actually had take out. Food was great. I had two meals from one Calzone.
Eddie's Italian was a gift from a friend at work. You can bring your own wine for no corkage fee and the food is excellent. This place serves the bowl of garlic in olive oil just like the places where I grew up on the...More