This would be a great restaurant in any town, Marco loves his cooking and does it well. Tomato pesto was spectacular
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Tried this place on a whim on Sunday at lunch. To start, it's kind of tiny. Three 4-person booths, 10 counter seats and two outside small round tables. It was busy when we were there with only one staffer handling bussing, serving, setup, and some...More
Very small space--3 or 4 booths, 8 cafe/bar stools, and 3-4 two person tables out front. Most cooking is done right behind counter in view of everyone. Most cooking is done on a griddle and is DELICIOUS! The wait staff was great and going as...More
Marco is unbelievable, so fun, such a great chef and the interesting choices of jellies and the ingredients fresh from local produce all combined to make this our favorite!!!! it's just a must go and must meet Marco......loved the entire experience!!!!!!
Recommended by our bed and breakfasts hosts. The food was delicious and Marco was extraodinarily entertaining! Not quite a 5, but definitely 4 l/2.
Read the positive reviews and had to give it a try! So friendly and amazingly good and fresh food! The atmosphere isn't much, but it didn't really matter. The garlic jelly was a hit for us and our two year old. Homemade bread was divine....More
Great breakfast. The spinach frittata is excellent, and they serve their homemade toast with 4 jellys, They are all tasty, but I am addicted to the garlic jelly.
If you have one meal in Astoria have it here! Marco is an amazing chef! I recommend sitting at the bar so you can watch him cook and chat with him. Also - don't miss the jellies home made from peppers and one from garlic....More
When in Astoria, if you are into something out of the ordinary, you must stop here! The food is outstanding. Let me say here, I would never try a beet in a restaurant before this. My wife ordered the beet pesto and arugula pesto pasta...More
I had time to kill so I just went with it, but when it happened the second day too (and at other restaurants) I started to wonder: is Astoria on a different time/space continuum? Not necessarily a bad thing, but I should have had a...More