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4 based on 119 reviews
After a hectic weekend running around and too many things to do, this is a great place to come, enjoy a drink and have a great meal with family or friends. We had 2 prix frize dinners and 2 entrees, all were excellent. We ordered the shrimp skewers, Caesar salad, meatballs, salmon, risotto, baked chicken, and hangar steak. We ended with a brownie and bread pudding. The prices are reasonable, the food was excellent and the staff was very attentive. The entrees were slightly slow to arrive but there was a large party happening at the same time which probably explains why. We will go back! Thanks for a happy end to the weekend!We are so happy to hear that you found us very accommodating . Our highest priority is to make sure your experience is as comfortable and delicious. We are looking forward to your next visit.Best,Linda
4 based on 91 reviews
Tried this place for an early dinner for the first time and had a very good experience. It is an upscale Italian restaurant located right near the Scarsdale Metro North train station. It has a fine dining feel (and prices to match), but is populated with locals and regulars so it has a neighborhood feel. The service was very good, they had many staff working even though it's a relatively small place and it filled up as we moved into dinner service. If you're going during peak times, a reservation is probably a good idea.PROS: Service was very good - they were attentive and knowledgable. We had their Pizza of the Day ($15) as an appetizer (it changes, so ask), which was Margarita, a very thin crust rectangle cut into triangular wedges and served to us upon arrival. The crust was crisp but chewy and not burnt, the sauce was good and the ratio of cheese and sauce to bread was perfect. It was very good and we would totally have it again. My bf had the Vitello Martini ($26) - Veal scallopine w/crispy parmigiano crust, white wine, lemon sauce over French beans and said it was delicious. I had the Paglia e Fieno ($22) - Homemade green and white fettuccine w/peas, mushrooms and a touch of cream sans the prosciutto. It was very good. CONS: We shared a side of Patate al Forno ($9) - Roasted potatoes w/rosemary herb. There was no rosemary herbs on it at all and the roasted potatoes were very dry. We asked that they add some fresh parmesan cheese on top while they added some to my pasta and it helped somewhat, but we would not order them again.Overall, we enjoyed our meal very much and though not cheap by any means, we would return in the future.
4 based on 13 reviews
Well, it was a little hard to find (as google maps puts the pin in the wrong place), but after calling and talking it through, we got there. Ambience? Mildly funky, with slightly downmarket but eclectic decor. Service? On the friendly-to-professional spectrum, definitely towards the friendly, but very nice for all that. The food? Spectacular. Thai style mussels with a broth from heaven, two different kinds of fish both cooked beautifully with well-chosen accompaniments, and a "cheesecake" that is more like panacotta with wonderful crunchy crumble base. All superb, and we are definitely going back!
4 based on 96 reviews
We hadn't been here since a bad experience so long ago I don't remember the circumstances. When it comes to restaurants I'm a bit old-fashioned - I like to see pricing in dollars and cents rather than in dollars and dimes - that is I prefer to see a price of $18.50 rather than 18.5. I also like to see a neighborhood place where the menu is in English particularly when the wait staff doesn't speak the language the menu is printed in. Points for both of these.The food is OK - not great. The service was spotty (particularly bothersome since is was a Thursday night and there were only 1 or 2 other tables in use.I was a bit disappointed in my dish which was Angel Hair with Clams and Mussels in Zesty Garlic Sauce. The sauce wasn't particularly garlicky even though I specifically asked the waiter to ask the chef to be generous with the garlic. Worse, though was that about 4 or 5 of the mussels did not open - a sure sign that they weren't all that fresh when they went into the pot. Too bad. The other three dishes were fine.
4 based on 77 reviews
They offer innovative appetizers and great pizza and pasta dishes. the family loves going. Prices a great and they are very much a part of the community. Very supportive-- good corporate citizens. we love the buffalo cauliflower bites and lettuce wraps. Dessert is delicious as well.
4 based on 102 reviews
Amazing Italian food served with excellent service staff. Grilled Octopus was a perfect starter. Wonderful selection of Italian wine. Good for a business meal and family dinner. Parking in the backyard was very convenient.We will certainly visit again for another business meal.
4 based on 61 reviews
Frankie & Fanucci's Wood Oven Pizzeria is everyone's favorite Italian restaurant in Hartsdale and Mamaroneck, NY. Recently voted "Best of Westchester" by the locals, this neighborhood gem is frequented by New Yorkers and visitors alike for their amazing w
Minimum buy-in to a great rating is the quality of the food, and F&F certainly meets that requirement. We had the Margherita Pizza and the Eggplant Parmigiana, and they were both awesome. The eggplant may be the best I've ever eaten. Paired with a self-serve beer and wine bar, and the place is a home run, but the thing that puts it far ahead of the pack is the staff. Starting with Tina and Jesse, we were made to feel like regulars who had been coming to this restaurant forever, even though it was our first visit. Add to that the manager, Kathy, who went out of her way to make us feel like valued customers, even offering us a taste of a new beer that the sales rep had dropped off that afternoon.It's the hospitality industry, and the staff at F&F made us feel at home while we ate GREAT food, and enjoyed several different beers.
4 based on 166 reviews
Food is good, zillion specials, don't know how the waiters remember them. Love the hostess. Only problem is the noise level. Impossible to have a conversation. Would go back during the week, not on a weekend.
4 based on 280 reviews
I have eaten at this Excellent Italian restaurant numerous times and have never been disappointed. There is metered parking in the area. The restaurant does take reservations. The main theme is Italian food. The steaks are also excellent. Great atmosphere, especially try and attend during the Christmas season. The staff is very friendly and efficient. The menu is very extensive and the prices are reasonable for the quality of the food. If you are in a rush this is not the restaurant for you. Fine dining that I would definitely recommend
4 based on 24 reviews
High energy vibe dining with unparalleled decor. This Italian influenced, American modern cuisine is sure to stimulate your senses. Chef Samuel Kim brings his culinary mastery from farm to table, serving everything homemade. Open Dinner, Sunday Brunch & L
My wife, daughter and I had Motherâs Day dinner at Gigante Restaurant & Bar yesterday evening and it was absolutely wonderful. -Service: From the very beginning with the valet parking to the very end when picked up our coats from the hostess the service was superb.-Decor/Ambiance: The place is filled with nice vibes. I would describe the dÃ©cor as a casual approach to âmodern nouveau eleganceâ (if there is such a description). A wide variety of spacious seating arrangements face onto a really striking bar, and there is a really neat private dining area to the rear. Really cool artwork is displayed throughout the restaurant and private dining areas. Unfortunately the weather was really bad so we could not take advantage of the outdoor seating with the beautiful fire pits that complement the indoor seating.-Food: In a wordâ¦ Scrumptious! The restaurant is categorized as an âItalianâ eatery. While there were quite a few Italian dishes on the menu (I must give a shot out to the Mozzarella en Carrozzaâ¦unique and outrageously good!), there was also a nice selection of other types of selections including a couple of really great Asian Fusion type dishes (I had the Rock Shrimp Tempura as an appetizer and the Beef Tenderloin Kung Pao as an entrÃ©e (the sauce for the shrimp tempura was amazing and the stir fried vegetables in the beef tenderloin absolutely succulent). My wife is still ranting about the flavor and texture of the Beef Short Ribs.Near the end our dinner the maÃ®tre de came over and chatted with us about our dining experience. When we raved about the quality of the food the maÃ®tre de asked us if we would like to meet Chef Samuel Kim. This turned out to be one of the highlights of the evening. At a new establishment like Gigante I would have expected these guys to give us the stereotypic marketing speil about how great the place is. Instead, both gentlemen were extremely genuine and cordial, and it was obvious that they both are extremely passionate about their professions. For my family, their passion (and that of all of the staff at Gigante) was manifest in a truly wonderful dining experience. We will definitely be back. This is a must for those in search of a great dining experience.
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