Nice, Quaint restaurant. Very Attentive to patrons. Food was delicious and server was very helpful! also,,,,Alinosi's Spumoni!
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A friend and I had lunch here one day it was a Friday and they have homemade cream of mushroom soup. It was fabulous! I also had a wonderful salad and they serve warm rolls and butter. Yummy! My friend had spaghetti and one large...More
Great experience! Had a group of 20 family getting together because one of my six brothers was in town. The restaurant accommodated our individual needs but the best part was the food. Everyone was pleased and many brought home left overs because the serving sizes...More
The gnocchi was to die for. It was very fresh and plenty of food. Highly recommend. Our waitress Tara was friendly and helpful. Thank you
I have been here probably 15 times so far and I am never disappointed in the food or the service . I recommend the spaghetti & meatballs . My girlfriend and her daughter and my mother are going here tonight for her birthday . It...More
Loved this restaurant because the best Italian food is old school and this place is it, right down to Nonna in the kitchen making homemade pasta. So pleased to have found this place. Antonio introduced himself to us which was a nice gesture. This is...More
I go to the Farmington Hills location but been to few of other locations Hot bread with salad and minestrone very good . The carbonara best I ever had and the baked pasta casseroles very good but I like when tell them less sauce and...More
first time here--very happy we came--Kelly was our sweet waitress--everyone was a joy--had the osso bucco (veal shank) for $25 which was excellent--place was very busy--very nicely decorated & the lighting was perfect--only negative was the plastic tablecloths.....
The food was very good, bread was warm and dipping oil & parm cheese are always a great beginning. Salad was cold & crisp. The soup was delicious (a chicken broth with spinach & egg white beaten in). Veal Nonna was excellent. Prices are reasonable...More
Normally not a fan of some of the old time red sauce Italian places that have been in business for ever. This was an exception the sauces weren’t heavy and very tasty. Food was very reasonable priced and portions were just right not crazy big....More