Stopped in for quick lunch. They serve you sour dough bread and butter. Then we ordered a calzone filled with Italian sausage and onion. Portion was large so we split it. Was very good and fresh.
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A unique combination of italian and mexican cuisines!! The ambiance is casual based on a family owned atmosphere....definitely not a big chain feel. It's one of those places that you are known and like coming back to because the food is great - no matter what you order.
Chef Boyardee meets hot oil!! Eggplant Parm was thin, oily and burned. Spaghetti had 1/4C sauce and was more like canned tomatoes w/dry herbs. Salad was iceberg with a slice of pepperoni and a few olives...don't forget the onion slice! Bread could have been used as a football, GO LONG!! Horrific and attempted to send an email to proprietor but... More
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We have lived in Castle Rock for 13 years and had never been to Angie's before. Will definitely be back! We went for my sons 20th birthday and enjoyed great food, service, atmosphere and great prices. Bday brownie was awesome also! The portions were perfect and so yummy, got 3 Italian dishes and 2 Mexican. Perfect combo for our family.
I cannot exaggerate how bad the food was. My kid's pizza had a soft, doughy bottom crust...the kind you would pull out of a generic, microwavable kid's pizza box. My Mexican food was a Hungry Man Mexican platter. The enchilada sauce was thick. The burrito was full of shredded beef that was beef jerky dry. The refried beans were just... More
I've been to Angie's in Castle Rock 2 times. I live near the Angie's in Littleton and have always enjoyed dining there. We wanted to take our friends to the one in Castle Rock and compare the 2. Both places are excellent. A combination of Italian and Mexican cuisine. The Chile Rellenos are fantastic at both places. Although a small... More
Nice quiet restaurant with a varied menu & yummy looking desserts. My pizza was very good & my husband loved the huge hoagie style Italian sandwich. Excellent service & enjoyed a nice visit with the on-site owner. We'll be back!
Who would have thought of this combination of Mex/Itial? Well they pull it off. It is OK food at Ok prices. certainly not the best, but not the worst of Southern Castle Rock. There is honestly nothing exciting about the place, but if you are hungry it will at least satisfy the stomach.
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