This is a small restaurant in a random strip mall that you could easily pass by - but you shouldn't. It's a BYOB with a $5 corking fee. The food is very good, homemade style Italian and they do rotating regional specials as well. We...More
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Had a really wonderful time and dinner here. Great service and staff. Food was prepared very nicely and good sized portions. Very traditional italian. Egglant parm, veal parm, etc. Great that you can byob and no corkage fee! Wiil definitley be back.
There should be a line out the front door every night of the week at Trattoria Pasquale. It is just an amazing little family place that serves the best Italian food in the area. It has an old school feel when the Chief comes out...More
An overall disappointing experience from the food to the service. Our first time here and our last. First, they serve no wine here and how an Italian restaurant does not serve wine is beyond me. The calamari appetizer was overcooked, salty and the pieces were...More
It was very nice to find this restaurant ...it is a real italian restaurant, if you are italian or lived in Italy you will understand what I mean.. the food is excellent in all the ways : presentation and flavor , fresh and good quality...More
This is a tiny restaurant with a great reputation BUT the best part of this visit was the wine and it was BYOB! Our appetizers calamari was good, but he the entrees of veal parmigiana and lasagna were over cooked, over sauced, and mushy. The...More
ask about their BIG NITE! From their appetizers to the main course, its all good...just bring a bottle of your favorite wine and transport yourself back to Italia!
Come here for Northern Italian cooked by Luigi and staff. The chalkboard menu deserves your full attention. Byob! They provide the glasses, you provide the drink! See Luigi's travel slide show on the monitor and be the armchair traveller and gourmand through Northern Italy