The food is ok, my main course, caneloni came cold in the center... The minestrone was great. There are a lot of servers and people around but it takes a while to get tge order taken.
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This restaurant is named after a famous family who lived in Palm Springs and an hier still owns it today. The food is excellent and the service too.
We came here for our ANNIVERSARY, we brought dom perignon to celebrate. We ordered apps, so far so good. Then we ordered our entrees where my husband ordered the cowboy steak. When it came.....even I knew it was not a cowboy steak and I don't...More
There were four of us for dinner, we had the oysters as appetizers - very good and tasty. The crab cake and the mussels and clams. All were good and served promptly. The Caesar salad suffered from a bit too much dressing, making it seem...More
We got the most expensive stuff on the menu,filled up on beer,had dessert and still spent only $100. Their steaks are better than much more expensive restaurants and the service reminded us of the service we received in Europe last year!!! We will be back.
I usually write long, detailed reviews. I frequently enumerate the specific reasons for my rating with adjectives and active verbs. None of that would be good for a reader’s experience, in this case. I mean, I’m sparing you. Really. Suffice it to say that midway...More
Great food, reasonable prices, love their Riccio s Shrimp Dish. We had our Christmas party there. They have also steak and vegetarian entrees.
We dined at Riccio's based on previous traveler reviews and were somewhat disappointed. Honestly, I can't say anything was bad, as the food was ok and the service was good but there really wasn't anything that impressed us about our visit. They had a nice...More