They need a more economical lunch menu. Chicken Piccata was good. Rolls r boring. Service is good. Will return at night but too expensive for lunch
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This was an overall disappointing experience. The look and feel of the dining room is old and dated, it needs to be updated. The service was slow, we were immediately seated but a server didn't show up for several minutes. The menu had food spatters...More
I've come here many times and have never had a bad meal. The menu has a lot of the usual Italian dishes and a few extras that aren't typical. The staff is friendly and the service is very quick. It's also not located along a...More
Been here at the Italian Villa several times for their Spaghetti and Sausage, Spaghetti and Meatballs and their sampler of Lasagna, cannelloni and not sure what the 3rd was. But I went off script this time and had there Veal Parmigiana which I have never...More
Vitos has been delicious since they opened, we usually skip the menu and go straight for the lobster ravioli. Pizza is great and they have a pasta sampler that includes three different pastas on one plate. Watch out for the table bread, it's very delicious...More
Service was great. Food was not very good. I would have never known I ordered lasagna. Ordered it to go and it was a pie plate full of mush.
This place has been here for years- we've eaten here at least 100 times over the years, probably more; even having our family milestone celebrations here- we loved this place- it was our place to eat after church. I just have to say the last...More
A wonderful little neighborhood Italian restaurant. Good basic Italian food; good variety, good value, and you can bring your own wine. Service can be a little slow at times, but the rolls and the good food make up for it.