Napoli is a nice place to eat. Good service. For me, pasta is over cooked, but the garlic bread and oil are worth the trip.
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Napoli's has closed. It's now Agave Mexican Restaurant. I wouldn't recommend either. There is a Napoli's in every town up and down Route 66. Like local Mexican restaurants only Italian. Not authentic! Mexicans cooking Italian food in the back of the house.
The Napoli in Broken Arrow closed recently but until then they were our favorite Italian restaurant. The food was great. I might venture all the way into Tulsa to visit their 61st street location if I miss them enough.
The restaurant is in a very small town, but right on main street. We have seen this restaurant name in other towns in our state. We were hoping it was as nice as the small town. Sadly, it was not. Service was decent, but the...More
We were in Sapulpa and driving down Main St and saw Napolis and thought it looked like a good place to eat. We were not dissapointed. It was excellent, well priced, Italian food and the service was very good. I am glad we stopped there....More
Sorry to anyone in Sapulpa, this review isn't supposed to affect you in any way, but people visiting the Tulsa location on 61st & Memorial need to read this. First off, the waiter didn't greet us when we walked in. He stared at us, then...More
Napolis is a local chain that serves great, inexpensive Italian. The baked pastas, stromboli, and even the pizza pies are to die for. The atmosphere is ok, service is usually pretty good, but it's all about the food. Skip the big chains and go here.
For this being kind of a local chain, this place serves tasy authentic Italian food. Good calamari appetizer, plus the complimetary fresh hot bread w/ olive oil.
The service was careless, inattentive and distracted. Pasta entrees were subpar because the sauces all had a strange sweetness to them. Our party of four ordered different dishes with a couple of different sauces and all were bad. I can't remember what the prices were...More