Discover Restaurants offering the best Italian food in South Deerfield, Massachusetts, United States. South Deerfield is a census-designated place (CDP) in Deerfield, Franklin County, Massachusetts, United States. It is home to the well-known Yankee Candle Company. At the 2010 census, the population of South Deerfield was 1,880.
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4 based on 215 reviews
I went your friends. The dinner was quite good : scallops, rack of lamb, very well prepared. The waitress was very friendly and the Carmenere was excellent. The noise level was so high that it ruined completely the experience. I could barely hear my friends. I won't go there again. It's a pity because the food was good.
4 based on 131 reviews
Wonderful food and great service. Even though they were very busy with 2 large parties we, a party of four, were well taken care of. I had the Crazy Alfredo which was excellent Others in our group had the eggplant Parmesan and the Veal Parmesan which were also done perfectly We will definitely be back .
4 based on 12 reviews
We were busy so we ordered a pizza that we picked up. We did 1/2 onions and 1/2 pepperoni. Delicious, juicy sauce. I highly recommend ordering by phone as the place was mobbed with 30 -40 very loud people waiting to place their orders.
4 based on 101 reviews
Chef Tom Schnapp prepares authentic Northern Italian and Mediterranean cuisine with local produce and meats when available. Our wine list has been carefully prepared to compliment his dishes,
My wife and I ate outside amid mostly empty tables. Service was unpleasantly slow even with few patrons inside. The duck olive bruschetta was overpowered by the olive tamponade, no chance for the duck or citrus to come through. My basil rhubarb salad was a failure, but by its extreme tartness and by the essentially raw large rhubarb chunks. The entree was the pasta special, tough overcooked chicken with a wide noodle that was overall bland. Even salt didn't help bring any flavor. Dining experience was disappointing for all 3 dishes, unambitious service, and a stiff price. Not recommended.
4 based on 357 reviews
Great pizza by the slice or pie. Ingredients are fresh. Super casual with limited seating, but great for a quick meal on the go.
4 based on 14 reviews
Here is a comfortable Italian restaurant and pizzeria. The food was freshly prepared with good serving size and very tasty.The serving staff was very efficient, courteous and made us feel right at home. There are not that many restaurants in this part of South Deerfield and so it was nice to have such a nice one.
4 based on 64 reviews
We were staying nearby at an AirBnB and the hosted recommended Gianni Fig's. We went with modest expectations.EVERYTHING about the experience was no less than I would have expected from a much more expensive restaurant in "the big city".We were cheerfully greeted by the hostess who was able to seat us though we arrived on a Friday evening without reservations. Luckily it was early, about 5:00 PM. When we were leaving folks were waiting for a table.Our waitress, Michelle, was terrific from the moment she greeted us until we left. She was attentive, friendly, responsive and informative.The food was delicious. We started by sharing an appetizer of Calamari. It was lightly breaded and, like everything we had, beautifully presented. My wife had a Vegan option and I ordered a special, Bacon Wrapped Scallops, seared and served over a Shiitaki Risotto. Both dinners included soup or salad, and most offered pasta or potato and seasonal veggies.I ordered a mixed drink from the house bar menu, a bourbon-based "Smash and Grab", S had a Prosecco. Both were good and reasonably priced.In fact I thought the meal overall was a great value at much lower prices than I would have expected in Boston or other cities to which I regularly travel.This was, however, not what I would call "fine dining". Jackets and ties were scarce, and it was not white linen service. But in all other ways this was, indeed, a very fine experience.
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