Great service and always unique specials. Just moved to the area and glad to find this hidden gem, highly recommend.
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A house in one of the older neighborhoods houses an excellent, sophisticated Italian restaurant. This is not spaghetti meatball. Chef uses herbs from his extensive garden in the back. Creative flavor blends-pasta dishes authentic sauces. Fabulous entrees. House made light lemon champagne vinegar salad dressing....More
Hidden in a quiet working class neighborhood, in an unassuming brick building, is Trat Frat (or so the locals call it!) Imaginative cuisine and brick oven pizzas, great wine list and cocktail options, classy but casual setting, very attentive and accommodating waitstaff--there's nothing not to...More
Our first time here after over 10 years. Same location, well maintained interior, a new patio outside, food always good, service was great, just not sure it is that special to drive far to on a regular basis. We went early so no wait. That...More
I was beginning to think that no one in PA made good pizza. Crusts were so thick that I was eating bread with some cheese and toppings. Not so at Trattoria Fratelli! Here you are served true thin crust pizza made in a brick oven....More
My Hotel recommended this place for Brick oven pizza and boy were they right. Caesar Salad, Pizza and a great glass of Red wine. You can't beat it. Evan have a couple of slices for breakfast.
My wife and I had had heard that this was a nice date/ dinning experience so we choose it for an anniversary meal. The atmosphere was very pleasant with soft lighting and a attractive dinning room. The menu held a good variety of both appetizers...More