Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Quantico. Quantico (formerly Potomac) is a town in Prince William County, Virginia, United States. The population was 480 at the 2010 census.
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5 based on 24 reviews
Amazing food! Prices were also great for this caliber of food. Crab cakes, pork chops, dessertsâ everything was fantastic! Went with friends who had lived in Italy for several years and they really liked it too.
While visiting family in the area we were told of this place. We ordered by phone and went to pick it up. Oops, the prior customer took our box instead of his. No problem said the manager, and instantly dropped what he was doing and made us another right then and there. Gosh, the Pizza was excellent as we'd been told. The service and the quick rebound were terrific and we will eat there again.
4 based on 45 reviews
Great place for family and friends to eat or take out. They have superb Stromboli, anti-pasta and pizza. The service is always friendly and when you order for tak out it willbe ready when they give you a time for pick up....Guaranteed.
4 based on 197 reviews
I stopped by this restaurant with my co-workers as a result of the location of the training facility being nearby the restaurant. We were greeted upon our entry to the restaurant and quickly seated. We ordered a variety of items from the menu, but I ordered my own entree of pasta and shrimp Alfredo, which I did not share with others at the table. The furniture at this location was classic but functional. The table cloths were reminiscent of other similar restaurant locations I've visited. The place was quick and decent.
4 based on 408 reviews
The Zibibbo grape ,also known as Muscat of Alexandria .It is considered and "ancient vine "and some wine experts believe it is one of the oldest genetically unmodified vines still in existence.The vine made its way to Italy in 1773 from the Arabic nations
My wife, daughter-in-law and I stopped here for dinner mostly because it was convenient and we needed to get on the road home after dinner. The menu was pretty typical of Italian restaurants today but there were enough choices to please almost any palate. My Chicken Marsala was quite good. My wife chose the chicken cutlet with spaghetti and had to send it back. Her chicken was so tough that she could not eat it. Our server was quite accomodating and apologetic and quickly brought my wife a replacement which was better but not great. The service was excellent and we really appreciated the responsiveness of our server. Overall, even without the bad chicken cutlet, we would have rated this restaurant as OK, but certainly not great or special.
3 based on 46 reviews
Padrino's is a funny place. We ate lunch mid afternoon, before visiting the nearby USMC Museum. My submarine sandwich was really good - toasted to perfection, great combo of ingredients and - big surprise - the waitress asked how I wanted to customize the sandwich when I ordered. While I'm not a picky eater or orderer, the server's attention to detail and the kitchen's delivery of the sandwich exactly as ordered really impressed me. My lunch partner's decision to go with the lunch buffet special was not as inspired - the wings, pizza slices, pasta and meatballs had been under the heat lamps a bit too long so were about as yummy as you might expect - not very. Nonetheless, his salad from the same bar was good. I guess the restaurant is in a pretty tough neighborhood, because some of the signs in it are pretty funny - "We appreciate your patronage, but this restaurant is for paying customers only." Another referred to a "behavior code" to supplement its dress code ("no wife beater shirts"), noting that it would determine what was appropriate behavior. In spite of those indicators, our server was as friendly and accommodating as could be.The other interesting thing about the restaurant, which is in a pretty nondescript, seen-better-days strip mall, were all of the nick-nacks and wall decor that appeared to be real Italian. That made Padrino's a surprise and a real treat. We would go back.
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