My wife and I met a friend there for dinner. Owners Toni and Salvador could not have been more gracious. We paticularly recommend the seafood medley called "pescatore".
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The best italian food we have had in Philly. However the service was very slow and then once we did get our food, the waiter continuously tried to remove our plates when we put our fork down. For such a nice restaurant it was annoying...More
Enjoyed a wonderful dinner with friends at this old world Italian restaurant. Dishes we recommend - the calamari and the sausage with broccoli rabe for starters. Our dinners - the gnocchi (homemade and delicious), veal Marsala, mussels marinara over linguini, and sautéed flounder.
The veal "Francaise" was very good as was the musels we hd as an appetizer. A bit loud, the tables are close together, but the waiters were qucick and efficient
My husband and I love this place. We found it by accident last New Year's Eve and choose to come back often. The bar is a great place to eat, drink, and meet friendly locals. The food is the best Italian we've had. The service...More
We had sausage and peppers, Tagliatelle Bolognese and lamb. It was fantastic. The service was great, they really did a great job with our kids. I am still craving the tagliatelle! It was my birthday and they brought me a dessert. It was just a...More
Excellent service, food bar. I take my favorite clients every December and always a memorable experience. The owners are on site and treat every visitor like the valued clients they are. One of my favorites in Philadelphia
There are not many places a large group can go eat and be noisy. D'Angelo's handled our group great. We were at two tables and a divider was in between us and the rest of the tables. Noisy is an under statement. The person who...More
Come here often for lunch when it is one of the very few QUIET restaurants in the Rittenhouse neighborhood. We love their pastas and excellent sauces. Food is always fresh and the waiters delightful. The physical plant could use a modernization but some would call...More