Reviews on Italian food in West Coxsackie, New York, United States. Coxsackie is a village in Greene County, New York, United States. The population was 2,813 at the 2010 census.
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4 based on 139 reviews
Vico offers a modern take on traditional Tuscan cuisine using the freshest local ingredients from the Hudson Valley in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Gluten-free and vegetarian options available.
Four of us had dinner at Vico. The drinks were completely overpriced. A shot of Macallan on the rocks was over $18. Small glass, lots of ice. A whiskey sour was $12 ... ridiculous. The calamari was over fried. A small portion served in a berry pint container??? weird. Then the main courses. The Osso Buco was delicious. Small portion but well prepared. The pasta dish, also small, was tasteless. The stuffed pork chop was chewy and a bit tough. The sirloin steak was also tasteless and quite tough. The waitress was hardly available... and yet initially we were the only clients in the restaurant. Definitely will not return to Vico.Thank you for sharing your experience at Vico! Although we're certainly disappointed that you did not enjoy yourselves, we do appreciate hearing from our customers and make every effort to improve in response to constructive criticism. Please know that we pride ourselves on delivering the highest possible value for our guests. Our rocks pour for example, is not a shot but 2.5 fl. oz. Our osso buco and pork chop average 12 oz. per portion, and pasta is 6 oz before cooking with an additional 6-8 oz of sauce. In addition, it is our policy to remove any item from the check that failed to meet our guests' expectations. All the best, Mark Ganem, chef & co-owner
4 based on 297 reviews
My wife and I stopped for lunch on a Saturday afternoon.Place was busy.I started with a cup of pretty split pea soup served with a slice of warm sourdough bread. Very ggod start.For lunch my wife ordered the Panini alla Norma which was very good; grilled eggplant, tomato, pesto on gluten free bread. Most restaurants will not grill the gluten free so this was a treat.I went with Dawn's Delight salad: apple, dried cranberries, toasted walnuts, Gorgonzola over a bed of mixed greens and served with a balsamic vinaigrette dressing. Very, very good.The waitress seemed a bit indifferent but the food was good.Definitely worth a try.
4 based on 21 reviews
A friend recommended the pizza here to me but I have to say that I was disappointed. The crust had a garlicy taste to it but unfortunately, it was seasoned with garlic powder, not the real thing. That was disappointing. Not likely to return again.
4 based on 534 reviews
OK NYC folk.... we know Italian food... if you fancy it up and charge more, it does not taste any better. Eating outside is ambiance NOT the taste of the food. Service is above average. BUT again food is average.
4 based on 29 reviews
Labella cannot be beat when it comes to Italian restaurants in this area. It's large, popular and has good service and very good food. The pizza's are excellent, and the pollo vodka pizza terrific. They offer a huge menu including smaller plates and sandwiches, so there is something for every price point and small or larger meals.They also have an extensive wine and bar menu. This is a popular place for a reason.
4 based on 44 reviews
We usually get a margarita pizza and bottle of wine and always leave happy. Sometimes it can be alittle loud and better to sit up front.
4 based on 28 reviews
Very good Italian food and specials every night. They have been in Coxsackie for awhile and moved to this new location. Great job in making the new location so impressive.
3 based on 52 reviews
My wife and I have stopped here several times over the years on our way to visit family. The service was usually spotty but the food was good. The last couple times we have stopped here for lunch, it took 10 minutes for a server to even come to ask for a drink. Then it took at least 30 minutes to get our food. The last visit my wife and I both ordered a roast beef sub which we figured would get our food to us faster. We were wrong. Compared to what we can get at other places for a sub sandwich (for the price), the amount of meat was pitiful. The tomatoes were sliced so thin that you could see through them. We've had some excellent meals here but the last two visits have been disappointing. I would like to say they are understaffed and this last visit, there appeared to be only 2 servers working the initial lunch crowd. The previous time, there were lots of servers who were standing around chatting or checking their smartphones vice checking on their tables. Like I said, they used to be a treat to eat at but the last two visits have motivated us to look elsewhere going forward. I know they can turn it around.
4 based on 58 reviews
We came for dinner during Greene County's Restaurant Week 2019. I'm very glad we visited this establishment as the food was phenomenal !!! Mike was our server, very attentive without being bothersome. We started with a tossed salad and sausage soup, appetizers were Meat Ball Tascas and Pepperjack Cheese Sticks. My wife and I both had the Sicilian Rollatini Eggplant w/ Pasta. Key Lime pies for dessert. Large portions and perfectly done. A definite deal for $25.00. We will be back again.
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