It took us almost 90 minutes to get our main course. Food quality was good but place can be very loud.
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Here today gone tomorrow. Ate there this summer and had a great dinner. When back in September and they were closed. Looks like another fast food is moving in. Very sad.
went late at night one weekend. service was slow, some of the food had been siting there for a while (had to send the fried calamari back - told the waitress it looked like she took it off of someone else's plate. place caters to...More
My fraternity went to Olio Trattoria to celebrate the induction of our new members. We had a group of about 60 attend and were told in advance that in order to reserve the upstairs rooms, we would need to have a check that exceeded $500,...More
Was worth the challenge of finding a parking spot in the middle of the afternoon. Took a minute or two for me to find the hostess. Got seated and looked over the menu. I knew right away I wanted that 1/2lb meatball. They weren't kidding...More
I ate dinner at Jo Mama's with the Pitt XC team. The waitresses were very accommodating to our larger party and had tables reserved for us upstairs. I am not a big pasta person, so I ordered the salmon salad. Before our meal, we also...More
It really does look like it could have been out of goodfellas. That aspect made it fun. But the GOOD FOOD, and VERY NICE SERVICE made it a great place to visit. I Did not drink, so can not comment on the drinks. However The...More
The decor is the ultimate- bar with 1960's cocktail lounge lights and red vinyl seating- It's great- On to the food....Have been here several times, food is fine...service is enthustiac but occasionally confused...One of my main Pitt stops when on Forbes Ave.