Pierangelo recently changed names to da sola. I've been asked by clients if I knew anything about it. So I just walked up the street to check the menu. It's CLOSED with a For Lease sign in the window.
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Now called da sola (result of a divorce settlement). Some have complained about service. We have dined there for both lunch and dinner a number of times and have always commented on the excellent service. The food is always superb.
Pierangelo is now called Da Sola - same restaurant. This is a very small (10 tables) charming restaurant in downtown Greenwich. We stopped in for our only visit last night while driving through town. The restaurant has a great decor and atmosphere. The service is...More
As a longtime customer of Pierangelo, nest to Richard's in Greenwich, CT it is sad to see the change since the Permitee ( his ex wife) took over this year. The excellent staff, Selvin & Oscar remain and the physical appearance of this intimate upscale...More
Visited recently for a special occasion. Simply stated but refined atmosphere, tables spaced well. This is a small restaurant, but big on service and food quality. The home made pasta was terrific! The restaurant was filled with predominantly "regulars" on a Saturday evening. They all...More
Friends gather once-a-year to enjoy good food and good company. For the past four years we have met at this restaurant. The servers go out of their way to ensure a wonderful experience! The food over the past four year's visits has been consistently excellent....More
This USED to be our favorite restaurant (special occasion - entrees in the $40 range). Tonight we went to celebrate my husband's birthday. We ordered a nice bottle of wine and after opening it the waiter ignored us and we had to pour our own....More
We went on a Friday afternoon pretty late and we had the restaurant to ourselves till a few others came and spoilt the attention that was being bestowed upon us. This is a nice place, a good menu Prix Fixe was available and my fellow...More
if you can afford to shop at Richard's next door then you will love this intimate restaurant where the owner/chef greets you and makes you feel like family. And for those who need a tuneup, the Apple store is opposite on Greenwich Avenue.
Visited the restaurant with 2 other couples. This is the second time there. First of all none of the staff out front were Italian at all. But that is only part of an atmosphere issue. The service was lacking in that no one looked after...More