Reviews on Italian food in North Haledon, New Jersey, United States. North Haledon is a borough in Passaic County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the borough's population was 8,417, reflecting an increase of 497 (+6.3%) from the 7,920 counted in the 2000 Census, which had in turn declined by 67 (-0.8%) from the 7,987 counted in the 1990 Census.
4 based on 10 reviews
A while back, Brother Bruno's had a Bagel & Deli location and a separate Pizza location. Now they are both under the same roof. So choose from you favorite bagels and spread, to Deli Sandwiches, Pizza, and other Italian dishes, all in one location. I have had their bagels and coffee and their pizza slices, and all were very good. It is close to the campus of William Paterson University, and to a local hospital, so it is not uncommon to see students and hospital staff stopping by for lunch. It is also a favorite stop for the local police department. Decent food, quick service, take out or dine in, and clean rest rooms, all at reasonable prices. That about sums up Brother Bruno's Pizza, Bagel & Deli!
4 based on 22 reviews
This is a small, but pleasant street front place with street parking. It serves above average Italian classics at prices slightly below most area competitor's. Portions are generous. The menu is not as extensive as in larger restaurants. The Veal Portofino with mushrooms proved excellent, as ddi the Ricotta Cheese Cake. Fried calamari was good. Service was attentive and professional.
Heard about a new pizza place in North Haledon that delivered. Gave it a try with a small, basic order. One large cheese pie, half pepperoni. It's a fifteen minute drive from my location and as expected it was not as hot as we would have liked when it arrived. Five minutes in a 350 degree oven and it was nearly burn the top of your mouth hot. The crust was crisp and the cheese oozing. In true Italian style, the slices of fresh mozzarella -- the only mozzarella they use -- were scattered across the pie exposing the tomato sauce in places. The sauce had a fresh tomato flavor, a bit sweet for my taste, though still a whole lot better than most take out. The next time -- and there will be a next time -- I order from Jersey Pizza in North Haledon, I would order the same pizza -- this time American style with extra cheese. And have a hot oven ready when the pizza arrives.
4 based on 6 reviews
This new B.Y.O.B. Italian restaurant,PIAZZA 22, opened February 21st 2019. Family owned by chef Santo Luppino and his nephew, known international soccer player, Giuseppe Rossi. This is the return to the area of chef Santo who owned the successful DELPINO
Stopped in one night while in the area. Warm welcome and a very nice atmosphere inside. Service by Eduardo was friendly, attentive and professional. We tried a broccoli rabe and shrimp special appetizer along with the eggplant rollatini. For mains, we had the veal saltimboca and a veal special. Everything was well-prepared and tasty. I was looking for the "wow factor" and didn't quite get it, but will definitely return and give it a better chance.
4 based on 119 reviews
A celebration of Italian Art de Vivre and the convivial art of eating together comes to Wayne, New Jersey.
Went to Viaggio's for an early Friday evening dinner with a few friends. The restuarant is well designe, pleasantly decorated and comfortable. It is a relatively small store front restuarant which believes its charming interior. The food was extremely good with a limited, but varied menu. The service was attentive and friendly without being obtrusive.
4 based on 44 reviews
Fantastic cream of Mushroom soup â¦. no cream pureeâ¦Great crispy Calamari light and not oilyNON Fresh Octopus. caused runs Tuna not seared but pan cookedGood Blueberry Cake w Vanilla Gelato Veal Scaloppine okExpensive â¦ for 2 dinners 1 appetizer , 1 glass house wine, 1 desert, 2 Capuchinos $60 per person / $120 couple Tip included
4 based on 107 reviews
Bottagra brings a Modern Mediterranean flare to a traditional Italian restaurant in North Jersey.Chef-Owner Carlo Carbonaro and Robert Vicari have fused their extensive restaurant and culinary expertise together, offering a variety of dishes originating f
First time visit with a few friends.Everything was excellent - valet parking, excellent building, warm greeting, great bar, nice private room, very attentive waiter and the food was superb.We all had salad starters, and they are very large and definitely shareable. We had one of our he specials with peaches. We then all had different pasta dishes from the regular menu. Everybody loved their dishes. I had the black squid ink linguine with shrimp, crab meat etc. It was the best Iâve ever had. Itâs worth coming back for this alone.We also were comped limoncellos.Great night!!
4 based on 60 reviews
First, its close to our house in neighboring town. parking is a little tough but other local businesses are closed so you can use their parking. FAMILY BUSINESS!!!!!!They used to be in Wayne much bigger but Nadi said he lost touch with customers.Each meal begins with crusted bread with a spread of delicious bean spread and slight garlic. Then first course is a salad bowl filed with fresh made salad with salami and cheeses. I order veal and my wife usually orders pasta with shrimp.I always get desert and cappuccino. NEVER EVER a bad or ok meal always great.Bob and Gail
4 based on 125 reviews
Our first time having dinner at Justinâs.You will need a reservation on weekends.The service is friendly and helpful.The menu is Italian.Pasta, chicken and fish dishes.The bowls of soup are huge.The appetizers are good especially the fresh bluepoint oysters.They serve a salad with all entrÃ©es.Along with the menu they introduced some specials. I ordered the tuna over a bed of diced tomatoes which was probably the thinnest cut of tuna that I have ever seen. It was more like a plate of diced tomatoes with a piece of tuna in the middle that wasnât even spiced and had no flavor to it.Had the waiter come over and asked how was everything I might have sent it back. But because the place was so busy that didnât happen. We were there having a good time and everybody else seem to be content. This place id a BYO and everybody that came in had a bottle with them. There was no waiting room and people were just standing by the front door waiting for a table. This place has a prefix meal during the week as an early bird special. Some of the dishes that I saw other people having looked much better than the one I was having. My dish had no eye appeal and almost looked like the last piece of fish that was left. Parking for this restaurant is located a block away using the churches parking lot. There is a sign explaining it. Parking on the side streets are frowned upon.
4 based on 83 reviews
Ciao from Amore Ristorante! We are a family owned and operated restaurant serving southern Italian cuisine since 1985. Located in Woodland Park, we are BYOB and open seven days a week. We offer daily specials, homemade pasta, & dessert in a warm atmospher
Charming simple decor with relaxed atmosphere in small storefront location on Garret Mountain in Woodland Park, NJ. First time visit at recommendation of friends. Standard Italian menu with specials that had a Caribbean flare. The potatoes and hot peppers appetizer was very good but potatoes were like chips instead of sauteed. A different take but fine. The calamari special had a tasty ginger and sweet pepper topping. Very good. Hubby had the halibut special which was delicious but another Caribbean flavor of mango infused veggies over rice. Huge portion we should have shared. It was $32 and would have preferred a smaller portion for less cost but it will make a nice second meal. I had the capallini with shrimp and tomatoes with cannellini. It was fine. Would go back. Service excellent. Really a 4.5 rating. A little expensive for a byob place. Was $100 for 2 with no drinks.
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