Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Berlin. Berlin (/ˈbɜːrlɪn/ BUR-lin) is a town in Hartford County, Connecticut, United States. The population was 19,866 at the 2010 census. It was incorporated in 1785. The geographic center of Connecticut is located in the town. Berlin is residential and industrial, and is served by the Amtrak station of the same name. Berlin also has two hamlets: Kensington and East Berlin.
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4 based on 344 reviews
At Joey Garlic's, we are all about the food! Our mission to make all of our guests feel welcomed and to deliver only the best quality food combined with unmatched service. We are strong believers that no one should leave hungry under our roof! We offer ge
We recently went to Joey garlics and had a really good dinner. Itâs not my choice for authentic Italian they do have better than average Italian food. The service was good there were seats available we didnât have to wait in the handicap access was excellent. A young woman was saving two seats at the bar for friends, which really is nonsense. Bartenders didnât want to interject.Thank you so much for visiting! I couldn't be happier to hear you enjoyed your dinner with us! I'm sorry if your experience was anything less than perfect in the bar area. Our bar is self-seating, and I apologize if that put a damper on your visit. I hope we will get another chance to welcome you back for another delicious meal!
Really good pizza, nice menu various choices reasonable prices.the pizza is very thin crust tasty sauce a lot of different concoction s a little pricy for thin pizza but very good,had the eggplant park, not so good and the grinders are good as long as you eat them there ,got them to go ( had to go to new Britain, old highschool) by the time I got there they were soggy....service is good
4 based on 18 reviews
My family and I love this pizza restaurant. The pizza is hot and cheesy and delicious. You can even get a pitcher of beer with it. It's really beautiful to sit at the tables in front of the windows when it's snowing outside. The parking is horrible since the town 'beautified' the area, but it's worth the parking issue!
4 based on 128 reviews
the food was great here now not so much and that is sad cause it was great when it frst opened a while ago
We stopped in for a meal here about a month ago and then stopped in again last night with another couple to get a better idea of what to expect. Both times, the restaurant had a good crowd consisting mostly of families with children ordering pizza and grinders. We cannot comment about the quality of that food since we selected meals off the menu and the specials board.Service was quite good on the first visit and the meals were average. I chose a veal dish and my wife selected a chicken dish. Portions were large and there was little to say about the food, other than we weren't disappointed with anything about our visit and we left there with the impression that this place fell in line with the many locally owned Italian restaurants in the greater Hartford area.Second visit was a complete turnaround from the first. The maitre'd told us on arrival that we could not sit in a booth even though there were about 5 or 6 available. No big deal, but everyone who came in after us got a booth on request. Not sure why but it irked us because the tables were a little small for four diners. Maybe they were saving them for the clueless parents with rude and noisy kids?? Anyway, took a little too long for the waitress to come over and take our drink orders, then it took a little too long for her to bring the drinks. Food orders were taken, salads came out in time and then we waited...and waited. Almost an hour later, the waitress and another waitress/owner? came over apologizing that our order got lost, and we were going to get another round of drinks on the house. Ok, fair enough. Food arrived and thankfully, it was wonderfully good. The tilapia and shrimp with mushrooms over pasta and marinara was worth dying for. The shrimp with capers over pasta was the same. Baked ziti meal was a little bit overcooked, but was good enough to take a large portion home. I can't remember what the fourth diner ordered, but she loved it and took home was she couldn't finish on the plate. In the end, four very happy diners.After the meal, the Owner treated us to a small glass of wine each with further apologies (really wasn't necessary at that point) and then on the way out, he told us to take what was left in the bottle with us, which was easily a half a bottle. This is what good service is supposed to be about. I won't have any concerns about coming here in the future.Dinner for four with one round of drinks was a very reasonable $74.
4 based on 22 reviews
I live in Wells, Maine. My brother lives in Berlin, Connecticut. Whenever I visit him, I always order a large sausage Parmesan from Bill's. The sandwich is 2 feet long and filled with meat, sauce, and cheese. The meatball is good. The pizza is pretty good too. However, for me, it's the sausage.
4 based on 28 reviews
The environment here at Pine Loft Pizzeria and Cafe is extremely warm and comfortable with no dress code or expectations from the guest. This is a restaurant for everyone! Great food, along with Monday Karaoke nights, Open Mic Thursdays and live performan
Dinner here while listening music as the CT Blues Society holds their annual solo/ duo competition here. My Philly cheese steak was far from awesome as the waitress recommended. Steak was tough, little cheese and pretty dry overall. Our Fiend would not even eat her meatball grinder. Meatballs seemed mostly bread. On the good side, my wife enjoyed her stuffed shells and our other companion liked his Cobb salad. We should try the pizza next time. Other reviewers seemed to like that. And service was not especially good. Maybe due to more people than usual with the music. Long wait for food and had to ask twice before we even got water.
4 based on 149 reviews
Steak & seafood restaurant with buffet room for parties. Bar is open until midnight every night except Sunday until 10pm
We joined another couple for dinner on a Friday night. The place was a somewhat crowded so service was a bit slower than we would have liked, but still OK. Of the four meals, the veal pesto was outstanding. The meat was tender and moist, just like it should be. The pork loin was very good. Chicken was nothing super special. Good, but not enough to order again. So overall, very good. Definitely worth a return visit. A bit out of the was so make sure you look for it.
4 based on 100 reviews
Visiting the area from VT and had planned on going to the East Side in New Britain for dinner. But got put off by reviews complaining about the $32 dollar meals with low quality appetizers as the only âincluded â choice. So we came here instead and were so glad we did. They have a fairly traditional Italian restaurant menu but also offer chicken or veal with 8 or 9 different preparations. Meals include great bread with a garlicy olive oil and chopped scallions, and your choice of soup or salad. My chicken escarole soup was delicious and my husbandâs salad was fresh and appealing. Portions are generous, we both went out with leftovers. The sauce on the pasta sides was great. Good wine list, too. Our server was professional and efficient. Ample off street parking. We get to CT occasionally and will definitely go here again.
4 based on 78 reviews
Being raised in Berlin, Central Pizza is a staple business. Remember when they were in the plaza next door when they first opened. I've since moved to Maryland and always stop in to get pizza or a grinder whenever I come home. Keep up the great food!!!!!
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