The food was good and our waitress was very sweet and attentive. It was a loud and casual atmosphere. The portions were huge about 3 servings per plate.
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This restaurant has been closed for years.The food was pretty awful. The last reviewer has it confused with Bambino's which had good food but unfortunately suffered smoke and water damage during a fire in April 2014.
Giovanni's was Nicoletta's a few years back. Under new ownership they have kept the great food. The service is friendly. The location is pretty far up towards the unpaved road so a lot people never get up that far north. It is worth the trip....More
We eat out often at upscale restaurants, and know good food and service, Giovanni's has both. After a long day on the beach it was nice to be greeted with tall glasses of water, a basket of fresh baked bread and a savory bowl of...More
The website says 11:30-9 seven days a week, the schedule on the door says 5-9 Mon. though Fri. 11:30-9 Sat. but they are closed more than that. I guess some places just can't keep it together. I wonder what will be there next year.More
Thank you for your review. We are finding our way in the Corolla market. We are open Tuesday through Friday for dinner. Saturday we serve lunch starting at 11:30, dinner at 5pm. Sunday we serve dinner at 5. We will be there next year with...More
My husband and I are just back from a road trip starting from New York going to Durham, North Carolina. One of our destinations was Corolla in the Outer Banks. Spent two wonderful days there. Ate at Giovanni's restaurant, which was very close to our...More
My wife and I tried this restaurant giovannis wendsday night and we had a great salad, fried mozzarella and lasagna . It was stacked tall and full of flavor . Thank u Giovanni for one of the best dining experience ever
Thank you. We think so too. John & Donna Hugh
This was our second visit to Giovanni's. (We are locals.) There was no improvement in the quality of the food. The pizza is still undercooked and the lasagna still tastes cardboardy. We love it here in Corolla and are so disappointed that this restaurant serves...More
our recent jaunt to Corolla was capped off by a wonderful meal in this quaint little part of Italy hidden in a small shopping center. We started with Baked Brie` that was to die for served with fresh bread. the salad was portioned perfectly to...More
Seems like you have an association with another restaurant in the area. Our guest like our lasagna very much. They have good taste. Thank you, John Hugh
We dined with our family and friends and were less than "wowed". The first thing we noticed was that the place was pretty empty, which on a fourth of July weekend in the OBX is not a good sign for success. For starters, a few...More