We went to this restaurant prior to taking in a show at Mad Life. It's kind of at the end of the walking district, but that's really only 3-4 blocks. We had a party of 5 on a weekend night, and the wait would have...More
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We go back and forth about the best Italian restaurant in the area. After we visited l, we decided its Tuscany hands down! The stuffed chicken, the spaghetti, the dessert - everything was large enough to share but we didn't. We just ordered and took...More
We had not come here in a few years although we live very close and frequent other Woodstock restaurants so we thought we would give it another try. It was disappointing. Food was ok at best. Definitely overpriced. I am Italian..we would never serve an...More
We have been coming here for several years now - over 20 times for sure. The staff has had some turnover during that time, but largely we are recognized by a few there and Chef Michael Bologna always comes over to say "Hi" to the...More
Had dinner there on Saturday night. Have been there before and decided to try them again. Food was good, however, I do have some comments. I ordered the Antipasto Rustico Per Due for four. Food and presentation was good. However it was not worth $7.50...More
Dear Trip Advisor Reader, I've written reviews for several places, most often in Buenos Aires, our second favorite place on earth. In Vingenzo's, start with extraordinarily fine wine and maybe a salad or cheese board. Please always ask about current wine offerings, since Chef Michael...More
This restaurant reminds me of my living in Rome. Outstanding homemade pastas and pizza. Crispy, cooked in a wood burning fireplace. Salads are delicious and they offer Italian cheeses and meats. Wine choices are excellent. Homemade deserts too. Pricey but well worth the treat!