Reviews on Italian food in Madison, New Hampshire, United States. Madison is a town in Carroll County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,502 at the 2010 census. Madison includes the village of Silver Lake and the village district of Eidelweiss.
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While picking up this delectable Â«Â Moose TracksÂ Â» Birthday Cake I was soooo tempted to sample additional items in the cases and emerging from the kitchen! Ryan and Vail Madison are happy to share every ingredient in their from-scratch creations and if one has dietary restrictions they can recommend options and/or take an order for what WILL be amenable.
3 based on 63 reviews
The pizza was disgusting! We ordered two stuffed crust pizzas online to pick up. One just cheese and one pepperoni, mushroom, and black olive. When we got there they had mistakenly made the cheese on a pan crust. We waited while they made the stuffed crust cheese pizza. The lady did end up giving us the pan pizza as well. (Which was nice which increased the rating on this review.) The pizza, however, was disgusting. We all got sick afterwards and took turns in the bathroom back at our hotel room. We threw it out. I worked at a Pizza Hut back in the 80's and we would never allow pizza's like that to be served. YUCK!
4 based on 9 reviews
Popular with locals, this convenience store also serves a nice breakfast, with especially good scrambled eggs. Many come in for the ready-made food offerings as they rush to work. The customers can be colorful and offer a glimpse of "local" language and customs.
Went there twice, first time we grabbed a pizza and fries, not bad, not great, but okay, battered fries are not my thing and pizza was pretty much average. Stopped back by on a Saturday with a Restuarant cm coupon, attitude suddenly abounded, they did not like honoring them, obviously, and I got that instantly, I left and went to another pizza place down the street. We ive just down the road from here, but we won't be back
4 based on 185 reviews
When you stop in this unassuming place... definitely try the Veg Head pizza... pesto, artichoke and spinach!... it was fabulous!!!!
4 based on 175 reviews
Food was okay. Guess their specialty is pizza. We had pasta. Portions were big and the food was tasty but the sauce didn't seem to be homemade. Service was fine. It was not what we expected. We thought it was more of a traditional restaurant with traditional seating. A little on the fast food side of the scale.
4 based on 552 reviews
Authentic Italian food served in a beautiful setting with a Tuscan garden patio for ll Fresco dining (Seasonal). Great for romantic dinners or family gatherings. we offer Gluten sensitive options and vegetarian options. Full bar with hand crafted cocktail
Vito Marcelloâs is a busy restaurant with stacks of atmosphere and tip top service. Especially our new friend, originally from Serbia. We shared a well balanced plate of antipasto which was quite enough for two. I find it hard to bypass eggplant parmigiana, breadcrumbed with delicious cheese served with penne and marinara sauce. Very good. My wife picked penne with chicken and broccoli, again very good. The wine list has something for everyone at fair prices. Grazi mille
4 based on 129 reviews
Small and cozy restaurant/trattoria, just 25 seats. Closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. Family Restaurant. To keep the quality very high, the menu is small, but every month we have new entries and some turn overs.
We stayed here in Nth Conway last night the 2 nd Sept.Decided to eat at Creshâs.My wife had simple spaghetti and tomato whilst I had Carbonara.This Restaurant cannot cook spaghetti to save their lives. They use too much salt and all you get is a stodgy pile of pasta.Not a good experience and neither is the sauce.They gave us some of the money back!Never again
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