They make awesome calamari here. Tony and the waiters are also so polite. I have never had a bad experience at this place.
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Went here after many people recommended it and it was all good. Great food, nice service from Angelica our server who knows her regulars and treats everyone in a friendly, warm way as though you are at her home. Great local spot.
finally an Italian restaurant that is owned by Italians and the chef /owner is Italian so you will get true Italian regional cuisine. in this case the chef is from the Abruzzi region and the cuisine served is absolutely delicious and all pastas are home made in house. we started with the baked clams of which they have two choices which we had both.a nice touch was the server who was a lovely Italian girl asked if we would like them chopped or whole and that is rare but it shows the extra they go to please their patrons. the clams came out piping hot and were to die for.they reminded me of the clams I loved eating as a little boy and some of the best I have ever eaten. our main course was red snapper with pesto and fresh tomatoe which was perfect and absolutely out of this world.we also had pasta with sautéed leeks in a light cream sauce and that was scrumptious. we topped everything off with two of their homemade desserts and coffee for a perfect dinner in every way. plain and simple this is the best Italian food I have ever eaten in an Italian restaurant and I have been to many. if you want real authentic prepared Italian food prepared by warm and very friendly people who make you feel as if you are eating home than this is the place for you.
Still by far the best Italian restaurant in the region. And really Italian/Abruzzese (dishes just like we've enjoyed in Abruzzo) rather than Italian-American like 99.9% of 'Italian' restaurants in the US. Taste, texture, fragrance, variety -- all perfect. The place we always come when we're missing Italy. And always delighted with the experience.
My family and I have been coming to Agostino's for years, and as time passes it becomes yet more wonderful. The decor is elegant but cozy, with traditional white tablecloths, mirrors on one wall, and a very nice bar. The food is terrific--beautifully prepared classics, as noted in a glowing review from the New York Times. The complimentary bruschetta appetizer is scrumptious, and the homemade pasta and fish dishes are ultra-fresh, impeccably prepared and served. The wines (red or white) are well-chosen; the whites are always chilled just right. As for dessert, the signature homemade mini-cannolis are to die for. Owner Anna (the chef) and her husband Antonio (the maitre d') are warm, genuine and welcoming, as are the servers Angela, Tomas, and Alejandro. In short, Agostino's achieves the ideal blend of warmth and class. Small wonder that it's gained such a loyal following!