When we went, they said closing in a few days, and would reopen later as a wholly different restaurant called Salt. Our last meal there was ok. The menu had changed, not for the better, but since they closed details don't matter.
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This was the worst 'grilled' shrimp fettuccine alfredo I have ever had. Grilled shrimp were boiled and mushy, fettuccine was rigatoni, and there was no sauce!!! Getting seated was a problem as well. Three types of wine were not available either. Husband's dish was veal...More
Well done Italian cuisine! Shrimp fettuccini is a favorite of ours. Low lighting and nice atmosphere make it a nice couples dining experience but famalies would enjoy it too.
First off we were skipped over several times to be seated even though we had checked in prior to the others & they were the same size party as us. Then when they finally get us a table cleaned we were told we'd have to...More
When we first arrived we were told it would be a 50 minute wait for a party of two, which would have been fine except there were several open tables already. We waited at the bar, but it took forever for the bartender to take...More
Wanted to try them, menu looked great. A Shipps regular and sorry to say they are closed for a few weeks. Love Gambinos so wanted italian. We sat on the deck for 20 minutes and nobody came by to take drink order or anything. Totally...More
The Grazie butter with bread was a delicious way to start the meal! Catherine was a good server and Austin did a good job keeping our drinks full and clearing plates. We really just wanted a pizza place so this is not a casual pizza...More
We have eaten here before, but this visit was a bit of a let down. The server was nice but overcharged us by $50. I'm pretty sure they were understaffed that night, so she was most likely overwhelmed. I ordered gluten free penne with my...More
intimate restaurant with interesting Italian items....we had to sit at the Bar, but that was okay for a Wednesday night...two big parties of 17 and 20 were ahead of us...the bartender works like crazy as she is alone, but gets all of the drinks out...More
In the past, Grazie was one of our favorite places to eat at the beach. However, the last couple of times that we visited the food quality and service has really gone downhill. They took one of my favorite items off of the menu (seafood...More