If you are staying at the hotel and don't have a car, just walk across the street to the little shopping center and pick up a bottle of wine for dinner. The town does not allow any restaurant to sell alcholic drinks. They have a...More
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Since original owners, Adam and Georgette, sold the place it went downhill faster than avalanche in Alps. The food sucks and service even worse. If you want a decent dinner or lunch and stuck in the hotel where restaurant located, exercise yourself across the street...More
A little crowded and the seating is a tad close together but the food is unreal. So delicious and well worth being on top of your fellow patrons.
We always look forward to a dinner at Ponte Vecchio. Sammi takes care of everything with skill and attention to detail and fair prices. The atmosphere is lovely and always quiet. Everything is always prepared and served nicely and the food is delicious. BYOB is...More
I made a reservation with my name and phone # with the owner, Sammy. My husband invited 2 valued business associates to join him, drove an hour to get there and when they arrived, no staff were at the restaurant. They waited 45 minutes, went...More
we love this place. relax,--after a hectic work-day-- every dish prepared fresh,hot,and oh-so delicious. we feel right at home here with the quiet ambiance and gracious service provided by "Sam" our host. and BYOB--- love it!!
This place used to be a good place to go to.....it seams it has fallen slightly. Food is off. Service is good and place is clean. Just feel that the desire to keep food up to what it was has dropped a bit. N
Loved the night out at Ponte Vecchio. Sammi is the new owner and it is showing in the quality of the food. Service is tops. I had the chicken Marsala for lunch and will be going back for dinner with my wife. The BYOB option...More