Business has been closed for months. When it was opened the food was mediocre. They had a nice outdoor bar area that over Lake Quinsigamond which was great during the summer.
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Excellent service and good food but a victim of the Quinsigamond Bridge under construction for years. This restaurant recently closed.
The ambience is charming, but beyond that I cannot recommend Buca di Beppo. The portions are not adequate for sharing and the food was of a "chain restaurant" quality - mediocre at best. There are too many medium-priced restaurants from which to choose a modest...More
Went on saturday after thanksgiving friday...we loved the ambiance(near lake) and the food was great...loved the appetizers, pasta's and dessert. Service was good too.
We had a voucher to use from management due to a poor dining experience here 6 months ago. It was about to expire so we decided to use it. It was a Sunday evening and only one other party dining in the restaurant. It was...More
They say the portions can feed a family. I guess they don't feed their family. Very overpriced and not enough for everyone!
My boyfriend and I went on a Sunday night and we waited about 10 minutes to be seated because no one seemed to want to acknowledge us! When we did get seated we asked if we could sit out on the deck and that's where...More
My local cousins took me here to use a coupon: 4 people for $40 meal. We chose from a special menu, served family style. The garlic bread and Caesar salad were good, but the baked ziti was excellent! We also enjoyed a bottle of reasonably...More
Although the outside patio area has a nice view, that's the only positive thing I can say about this place. The drinks and food were overpriced and disappointing, and the service was lacking. With so many other great choices in the area, they really need...More