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4 based on 470 reviews
Logan Circle area - transitional neighborhood
Our second visit to Tortino was on a comfortable fall evening, so we sat outside (also, they had 2 large parties in the dining room). We started with a âspecialâ appetizer- caprese salad - which was not very special because the chef supplemented the tomatoes with cucumbers and augmented the pesto sauce with arugula. The entrees were superb: the âspecialâ lamb chops were perfectly cooked and the sides (roasted potatoes and sautÃ©ed spinach) were quite tasty; the highly recommended crab ravioli were likewise delicious but not served warm enough. The cheesecake dessert was so-so and the service was uneven (probably because of the parties inside).
The food and service were lacking; it appears the few customers who were there were definitely not regulars but, rather, disappointed patrons who couldn't get a table at the popular Carolina Kitchen Bar & Grill across the street.. and, honestly, that's the only reason why my family and I were eating there too. I definitely don't plan on going back; If I wanted below-average Italian food, I could have made it myself.
Pizzeria Paradiso has been known for our wood-fired, Neapolitan style pizza in the Washington DC metro area since 1991. We have an award-winning craft beer program with over 180 bottles and 16 continuously rotating taps.
Grew up in this area. Was old Marche'sFlorist. Glad to see it put back to good use. Part of the Hyattsville revitalization. Came in on a Friday night with family and friends, wow very nice setting. Seems like a great neighborhood hangout. Clean, a little tight. Staff, very good, friendly, food served promptly .Pizza, excellent, great crust, good selection. Very nice beer and wine selection. Reasonably priced.Just a great overall experience. Will be back again, no doubt!We're so glad you had a great time! Thank you for your kind words, and we look forward to serving you again soon!
4 based on 83 reviews
Everything with Menomale says Italy!! The pizza was amazing. The dough tastes just like pizza in Italy and Nothing like fast food pizza of D.C. My Italian 3 yr old has not acquired the taste for red sauce yet and had the white garlic pie. I know travesty, but there's hope since he tried and liked the classic margarita pizza. Both pizzas were the best we've had in an extremely long time. We'll be back soon and then soon again!
4 based on 333 reviews
Suggestion by our host Jeffery. This little Italian spot is full of flavor and a local hang out . The food is fantastic ! The atmosphere is great . Service is over the top good. Everything we had was good ! We will be back ! Thank you Jeffery from Air bandb . You will love everything about Gm this place . Donât miss out !
4 based on 107 reviews
There's all kinds of pizza joints these days with all sorts of claims to fame but us Marylanders, even those who have move away, always come back to Ledo's for our cheesy delights. The crust is light and thin. Sauce delicious and I still love my square slices.
4 based on 28 reviews
My husband and I chose this restaurant based on Trip Advisor reviews, and we were not disappointed! Probably the best Eggplant Parmesan I've ever had, and my husband (who knows good Italian food) said his Veal Parmesan was exceptional, 6 stars out of 5!This is a modest place, so don't expect white tablecloths, but don't be put off by that. They also have ices, pie, cookies, etc., so you can take extras with you for later. They are open late, and we saw lots of other couples, families and law enforcement officers enjoying the awesome food!Don't miss this if you love Italian food while in the area!!!
4 based on 704 reviews
// &pizzaÂ® is an anti-establishment establishment built on the renown of its creative pies and craft beverages, localized shop design, and the strength, unity and vibe of its living-wage-paid, ampersand-tattooed Tribe. // WORK HARD, LIVE FAST, ORDER QUICK
You go in, choose your crust, whatever toppings you'd like and pay $10. Super simple and the pizzas are large enough to stretch into leftovers for the next day. They have vegan options too which is nice.Highly recommend.https://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g28970-d2343625-r696915999-ZPizza-Washington_DC_District_of_Columbia.html#
4 based on 31 reviews
I am usually pretty gracious with my TripAdvisor star ratings but I have to give Laurienzo's a low rating because of the terrible gluten free pizzas we keep trying to like. I am all for supporting our local restaurants (especially because ours are limited where we live) but every time I order a gluten free pizza for my son and husband, the pizza is small, overpriced, chewy, has no sauce, and no flavor. Ouch, I know, But I want them to see this to know that although we are not picky eaters, their gluten free pizzas need improvement.
4 based on 42 reviews
Adjacent to Prince George's Plaza, this Olive Garden attracts a diverse clientele--college students, families, business people, friends celebrating special occasions, etc. This time the waitstaff was particularly friendly: offering wine-samples at the start. The menu is reasonably extensive--with a selection of soups and appetizers, as well as entrees and desserts.
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