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Reviewed January 6, 2016

Such a big change in this little out of the way restaurant. First of all, everyone is VERY nice here but nice doesn't help food quality. I have had both dine in and take out food at Angelina's before and have usually been pleased with...the quality / taste / value. I don't know what happened but my last few orders were a big disappointment. The second I took tonight's Chicken roll and Sausage roll out of the bag I knew it was very different from my last few orders. This new method is too doughy and bland where their previous method was crispy and vibrant. In addition the bottom of my sausage roll was burnt and NEVER should have been given to a customer. I gladly would have waited a bit for a new roll to be made. The one they gave me was disgusting as the burnt taste permeated the entire roll and I wound up throwing it away- Very poor quality control showing me that the chef just doesn't care .More

Date of visit: January 2016
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Reviewed July 27, 2015

We have had two dinners at Angelina's in the last couple months. The first time we ate there I was pleasantly surprised to have enjoyed my meal so much! Really good Italian, and Yes, Very Affordable. Second visit I had a big order of buffalo...wings cooked nice and crispy and hot, just the way I like them and with a nice, cold beer! Nice night out for dinner... It's up thehill and out of the way, but, get out there and try Angelina's. It is worth the visit!More

Date of visit: June 2015
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Reviewed July 4, 2015

I hate dry meatballs. Don’t you? Make you feel like you’ve got a mouth full of sawdust sometimes! Blech! What if I told you there was a place that served juicy meatballs? There is as we found out today! Angelina’s On The Hill in Lake...Huntington, NY. They serve scrumptiously yummylicious juicy meatballs! I was so happily surprised! After an exhausting week, I decided to take my Pilar out to an early dinner and we settled on Angelina’s On The Hill because we’ve never gone there before and we’d heard great things about them. We were not disappointed. This place is a bit difficult to find without GPS because it’s a very sharp turn up onto a hill which you can drive by without even realizing…happened to me on the 7 prior occasions I tried to get here!! But once there, a sweet grandmotherly type lady with a smile and a twinkle in her eye immediately greeted us outside on the patio. Found out later that this is indeed the “Nona” Rosa, and she is there working along with her son and the rest of the family. Everybody was nice. Found out we all came from Astoria in NYC, so we spent much of our time there chatting about the “old country.” They are very nice people, and now, onto the yummies. I really wanted to try the pizza as it smelled delicious and rather familiar. So I ordered a slice to devour before our meal. Let me tell you – this is only the second place in the area which I feel has pizza like the pizza in Queens, specifically the teeny first generation pizzeria at the bus depot on 74th street and Roosevelt Ave. in Jackson Heights, right in front of the Q-47 bus stop back in the 70’s-90’s. The other place Tony’s Pizzeria in Monticello closed so they could work on a real restaurant that hopefully will open in a month or so…fingers crossed! The pizza way uber-yummy I tell you!! Definitely worth the trip. We decided to keep it simple and I ordered Linguini with Meatballs (these were the juicy ones I was raving about earlier) and Pilar ordered the Penne with Sausage. Both with home made sauce. As you know, if you’ve read some of my earlier reviews, I normally do NOT order pasta from restaurants because none of them taste like homemade. Since I’d heard so much about Angelina’s On The Hill, I decided to put them through their paces and see just how good they really are. We ordered pasta. The plates were truly yummy. The pasta was perfectly al dente and those MEATBALLS WERE SO DARNED JUICY I could not believe it. I asked Mike how he makes them so juicy. He told me, but I’d rather not divulge his secret, though I will be using it here at home! The sausage is handmade right there in the restaurant and it was yummy. The meal came with nice soft Italian bread and fresh garden salads, and FINALLY someone has French dressing and I don’t have to settle for Russian. For dessert we tried their fried dough with powdered sugar. If you like pizza dough, this is the dessert for you! They have a spacious dining room, which is also available for events, and now they have a bar where folks can wind down before dinner after a long day There you have it - Angelina’s On The Hill – nice people & good food; what more can one ask for! Angelina’s On The Hill 23 Crestwood Drive Lake Huntington, NY (845) 932-5042 Street and Lot Parking $$ Casual dress Good for singles, couples, families, small and large groups and affairsMore

Date of visit: July 2015
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Reviewed February 11, 2015

Angelina's is right down the street from us so we have stopped in a few times. Each time we were pleased with the taste and value, not overly priced for the serving size.

Date of visit: October 2014
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Reviewed October 1, 2014

While staying in the Catskills I would recommend stopping at this small tucked away Italian restaurant that is affordable for a family on vacation. Family owned and operated the food is really good! They are still awaiting approval for a liquor license so if you...would like a cocktail with dinner you might want to call ahead to see if they have gotten it yet. If you are in a hurry this might not be the place for you, it is a small family run place with limited kitchen and wait staff. As the business grows, I am sure this too will grow, but until then they get 2 thumbs up for food and an A+ for all of their efforts in converting this dingy old facility into an up and coming family restaurant.More

Date of visit: September 2014
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