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“A great family owned authentic restaurant!”
Review of La Vecchia Napoli - CLOSED

La Vecchia Napoli
Price range: US$ 16 - US$ 31
Cuisines: Italian
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Good for: Romantic
Dining options: After-hours, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Reviewed 18 May 2016

This is a lovely, intimate family owned restaurant - the food is authentic and delicious - you feel as though you are being invited into a friend's nicely furnished home when you eat here!

Thank AuroraMoon
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Reviewed 24 March 2016

Good fish and food that is cooked by the wife of the owner. Pleasant surroundings. They also have valet parking.

Thank Shel112
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Reviewed 24 March 2016 via mobile

This charming Neapolitan house can't be ignored. It welcomes you and sits with white table cloth and silver.
Our maitre' d and wait staff were so attentive.
We ordered delicious appetizers of grilled artichoke hearts and calamari dishes. These teased our pallets.
Entrees were clear was this is a restaurant that uses only the finest, freshest ingredients available...You will swear you are in Italian culinary heaven. We had Veal Scallopini wrapped in prosciutto, linguini al volle, and scampis. Each had tastes to savor.
All dessert offerings are made here by Chef Tina and Giovanni
For a great Napoli venue we recommend not to miss La Vecchia Napoli.

Thank Miramax2013
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Reviewed 9 March 2016

gave it a chance twice since i live across the street. Felt sick both times. Swimming in butter .
the sauce that supposed to be red was dark brown. Chicken cutlet was old and dry. Terrible

Thank vagos21
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Reviewed 5 January 2016

That was the first Italian restaurant in New York (Edgewater, NJ, other side of the Hudson river) where I had an authentic Italian food with my Italo-American family. The antipasti were fresh, pasta well cooked and al dente.
You can order a mixed menu (antipasto, first course, second course, side salad) at a very good price. Classic dishes, good portions.
I advice to all the Italo-Americans.

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Thank michele i
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