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After a lousy Mother's Day dinner at a nearby restaurant we would not dare to have dessert there. We knew of Ralph's ices from other Ralph's locations and knew this would be a better dessert spot. Upon entering it was clean, customer friendly service, and tasty assorted flavor ices.ni had a three scoop large with Rocky Road, coconut, and peanut butter. They tasted as each flavor states. It was so good that I ate it to fast and got a brain freeze. One of the few desserts well worth a brain freeze. Ralph's are located in different areas so find one and try what ices are supposed to taste like. Excellent service, food, and value.
4 based on 47 reviews
In the highly competitive Italian food area, this restaurant is middling. The fried zucchini was very good but the other dishes were pedestrian. Restaurant is very noisy.
4 based on 38 reviews
They have different lunch and dinner specials nearly every afternoon and evening that are priced very competitively. The dinners usually include their excellent soups and a salad and a selection of mains. On Wednesday night a glass of wine is included in the specials. The food is very tasty and the service is just fine. Parking is very easy in the large parking lot. We have never been disappointed.
4 based on 39 reviews
Pepe Rosso is a relative newcomer to a town increasingly known for a wide variety of ethnic dining. The restaurant is a hybrid: you enter through a pizza parlor and continue to a dining room. There's little elegant about Pepe Rosso; however, the room is c
I like the atmosphere here and love the service. We keep coming back because it's plain good Italian food ! We love the pizzas and their daily special soups are marvelous. Try it!
4 based on 30 reviews
This landmark restaurant has been open here for 25 years. It is family owned and operated mostly by members of the owner's family.The food was uniformly good, with excellent pizza. Service was attentive and helpful.Note that while Gino's takes credit cards, they require cash tips.
4 based on 60 reviews
I came here tonight with my partner's family for Easter dinner. The ambiance was very traditional and the restaurant was almost empty--surprising since getting a reservation on Easter isn't always easy. We were so pleased with our experience. The service was attentive and knowledgeable. They didn't miss a beat. I was especially impressed that the chef came out to personally greet us at one point. Each of us had very different tastes, and the menu was varied enough to find very healthy dishes as well as more decadent ones. My mother-in-law had a pasta smothered in cheese that was the richest thing imaginable, but my partner had a much healthier broccoli and shrimp pasta dish, and his sister got a huge gorgeous piece of salmon with a mountain of beautiful sautÃ©ed spinach. I must mention my favorite thing of the whole dinner: the white bean and cabbage soup I ordered, a surprising, lemony, totally delectable bowl, served very hot. I will be coming back for this! The only weird thing was that they served my father-in-law a Coke in a wine glass with a straw, which was really awkward and strange. A generous bread basket added to the feeling of Italian hospitality. Sound level was quiet and good for conversation. Prices are quite reasonable. I highly recommend Toscanini.
4 based on 39 reviews
Went here for a quick bite for lunch - glad I tried it . Very tasty slice of pizza for sure - loved the cheese and it was cooked nicely . Felt like I was in Italy
4 based on 91 reviews
To say this is the best restaurant in Long Island is true, but does not capture how extraordinary this place is. From the food to the wait staff to the well curated wine list and exciting daily specials, there is no detail not optimized.When you go, don't ask for a menu - they have a list of daily specials (recited by a most expert wait staff) that will more than suffice for any set of tastes. Whether your interest is in fine seafood, classics done perfectly, or gourmet meats/game, this place has it all. Consider sharing dishes here to try more things - the key to enjoying a good meal here is maximizing the variety they offer! If you can save room for dessert, it is worth it, but hard to do.
4 based on 118 reviews
DiMaggio's Trattoria serves Old World traditional dishes in a friendly, casual, atmosphere. We are committed to preparing food with only the finest and freshest ingredients. Open 7 days a week lunch and dinner
Very cute and tastefully decorated. The food was excellent! Generous portions. Owner came over and introduced himself to our table. The waiters are very attentive. Great for date night or family dinners. Last night was our first visit and will definitely not be the last.
4 based on 160 reviews
Love this place! Has great Italian food and thin crust pizza. The pizzas are very large and so is the garlic bread (also pizza shaped!). This restaurant is perfect for a night out for dinner and a movie. The movie theatre is right across the street. The only reason I did not give it 5 stars is the price and the ability to reheat the pizza. The food is a little pricey so this is not our normal âgo toâ place for pizza. We really go to treat it ourselves for a night out or picked. Also for 2 people it is a large amount of pizza which we usually reheat the next day. This pizza just doesnât reheat great which is kinda a bummer.
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