Ingrid runs a top notch restaurant she is the wife of Jim Croce. The food and music are great. I heard it might have closed.
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It has everything you would want in a great restaurant, at very reasonable prices. The place has a good vibe, and it's nice to remember Jim Croce at the same time.
We eat at Croce's on a fairly regular basis as much for the music as the food. The food is a tad expensive but, considering the live combo's that entertain guests, it's worth it. The service is good and the food eclectic. It is owned...More
Upon arrival we were seated immediately as we had made a reservation, it was 7pm in the middle of the week. The restaurant was busy but not jammed, the manager greeted us at our table followed by the Wine Steward who began to answer all...More
It was fun to visit Croce's, which was started by singer Jim Croce's widow Ingrid years ago in the Gaslamp Quarter. They have moved farther up the street to a quieter area (2760 Fifth Ave), and I applaud the move. You do need a car...More
The last time I dined here was about 20 years ago. It was a great experience back then and is still great. Service was impeccable. Food was great. Ingrid Croce runs a class operation. She greets everyone at the door and comes by to check...More
our daughter took us to this place and we shared three different items. All were excellent. The short rib were good, the pork and veal meatballs were very good but the scallops were excellent. One minor flaw the waitress brought us sea bass instead of...More
Situated downtown this restaurant owned by the wife of legendary singer Jim Croce was a nice venue for enjoying a good meal with the opportunity to hear good local talent.
Had a great dinner here. Three different menu items and each was excellent. Good selections of both food and drinks. Service was excellent! Great jazz in the rear of the restaurant and outdoor seating is available. Cost for three of us including tip was $150...More
When my wife suggested we try Croce's Park West (http://crocesparkwest.com/) I just about decided not to go there, only because of the memories of what Croce's was when they were in the gaslamp. Man am I glad I gave them a chance! The location is...More