The food is very good, the service friendly but unobtrusive, and the atmosphere lively. High on our list when it's just the two of us.
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Food is consistently good; not great and not bad. Average food, average service, average cost. That's why I give it a three. However, the restaurant is usually crowded and patrons are happy so who am I to disagree. Most suburban diners seem to be satisfied...More
I really love the homemade food at Francesca's North. It has the best Chicken Vesuvio and the rigatoni with sausage and mushrooms is to dream about. But the pizza is awful. I have ordered this twice and both times it is the same. The crust...More
This was our first visit to Francesca's although our hosts eat there often. They tell us that the food is consistently good and it was on the night we were there. The pastas are fresh, not boxed. The warm, crusty bread with olive oil and...More
Francesca's has historically been a reliable restaurant for fish and pasta, but no so recently. In the last two visits they have messed up an order of Cioppino (lobster and saffron flavored broth was nothing of the sort) and Spaghetti Alle Vongole. On the latter...More
Very good Italian. The good news/bad news is that they constantly change the menu. Some thing you really like might not be available next time you come in. Really like the veal sassi but it's not regularly available.
Francesca's has an ever changing menu but their fish and sea food courses are reliably excellent. Tonight we shared a Lobster Salad with avocado, lemon and a generous amount of lobster - tasty and filling for two. The Cioppino special had lots of scallops, salmon,...More
My daughter and I came here on a weeknight after the movies. The restaurant was crowded. I had the beef carpaccio and my daughter had the pasta primavera. My appetizer portion was surprisingly large - very good. My daughters pasta was very tasty. The olive...More