Food average at best and just not clean. Too many good restaurants in Greenville to bother with this place.
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I wanted to give a good review for a place that at the moment no longer exists. The property has been sold and will be replaced with boring franchise coffee and restaurant chains. The spaghetti at this restaurant completely blew away chains like Olive Garden...More
Well, I am not surprised. A place without might have something to hide? First of all - the service was good. Not professional but sympathetic. Good water selection. Limited wine selection but the house chianti was alright. Some fried spinach artichoke pasta as starter -...More
We lived in Greenville for 22 years and ate at the original restaurant many times. The menu today is virtually identical to the one from 30 years ago. But the food was decidedly mediocre, the soup not hot, and a antipasto salad in name only....More
2 words: Robert Irvine! The food is ok. And the decor is dark, But this place could be amazing. Noting to run home and tell your mom about. I had the Italian sampler. Lasagna, (good size portion) Raviolis, (two with meat sauce) and fettucini with...More
This is the worst pizza I have ever had! The base was frozen and tasted like cardboard. They should be ashamed to call themselves an Italian Restaurant.
Good food with lots of options.They have lunch specials that are reasonably priced. Also, you receive a nice portion of dinner items. I enjoy going to restaurants where they give you good portion size for rhe money. It is in a location tucked away off...More
There were two Capri's in Greenville. One near downtown on Stone Ave., and another on Woodruff Rd. Unfortuately, my favorite on Stone Ave. closed suddenly a couple of months back. And that is too bad. It was an icon for the folks that grew up...More
We've been going to this restaurant for many years and the food is consistently good. Our waitress was slow as heck the other night, but the lasagna made it worth the wait.