$42 check for two huge entrees, 2 cups of soup, breadsticks and rolls, and a small (that's a small??!!??) antipasto salad to share - got 4 large plates full. Plus overflowing pop. We both left with Food Babies! And leftovers!
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We met out of town family here. Food was ok but service very good. They were just coming out of the Dream Cruise weekend and I imagine they were hopping over the weekend. But it was nice and quiet so we could hear conversations across...More
My first and last time at this restaurant, I was extremely disappointed in the food, service was great, food was very poor quality and no flavor, my husband had the veal parm, it was veal patties deep fried and when I say deep fried omg,...More
I have been coming to Pasquale's for decades. I graduated from Royal Oak High School in 1954, the year Pasquale's was opened. The current venue is not the same one I remember back in-the-day. It is much MUCH larger. I went with friends and we...More
I thought I already wrote a review here but in case it got dropped here it is. The place is o.k. but I thought it would be a little more upscale. Family oriented with a good variety of what you would expence at a reasonable...More
My mom & dad loved Pasquale's back in the 60s and we would go there often. We moved out of the area so hadn't been there in years. Visiting family last night was we decided to return. What a surprise that this restaurant has maintained...More
Lawyer's has been around forever and hasn't changed too much, and that's a good thing! The dining room is great for families or large groups of any kind. The bar area is good for smaller groups and couple, definitely a more intimate experience.Service is usually...More
We drive 45 minutes to get this treat. love the antipasto salad also along with the bread sticks. The pizza is to die for if you love the round regular crust with a bit of grease still in the slightly crisp pepperonis.