Rustic foor from a great family Italian that I have enjoyed since 1979. I think Pezella's brings warmth, friendly, fun and food that is very good . Whether you enjoy the small Aglio Oglio pasta plate between courses, Pizza margarita, garlic prawns, Carmine sauce, garliky joy. The Staff lead by Pat and Vince along with Valari, Fernando, Diana and more. You will enjoy a good meal served to you by very friendly preople
Great is all i can say, the menu has it all,from seafood to pizza and all in between.
the deco is just perfect, friendly yet romantic,and elegant.
i heard a movie was recently shot at Pezzellas called my Valentine special.they on ocassion show it in the lounge on one of the T.V..s
Had a great time loved the Osso Bucco,and the special garlic knots only at Pezzellas.
also a great wine list.
will be back very soon....
Refuse to admit mistakes.
My wife and I were visiting this area. We ordered takeout from this restaurant and the lady prompted the food will be ready to pickup after 15 minutes. I arrived the restaurant 30 minutes later and the lady told me to wait for the kitchen to pack my food. While I was waiting, I gave her my credit card for payment. This payment process took much longer than it should. While waiting, I looked around the restaurant and saw many empty tables, they shouldn't be busy. (This was on Friday around 8:30PM.) I saw her took my credit card then made a trip to the kitchen. After several minutes, she brought me the receipt for signature. You would expect she will wait a few seconds for me to sign and complete this transaction. No, she purposely went to a table and talked several minutes to customers while I was waiting go give her the signed credit card receipt. When she came back to her counter, I asked if the food was ready. She answered "No" with an embarrassed face. Then I waited a few more minutes she finally know the food is ready to bring to me. I was NOT upset because I saw they were AAA Diamond rated and read the newspaper articles on the walls and thought all the waiting is worth for good food.
Brought the food to our hotel room found no folks, no napkins or anything besides the food. I called the lady and she said she thought our hotel provides silverware. (I told her the high-end hotel we were staying.) After back and forth a few minutes she refuse to admit her mistakes.
FOOD ORDERED: 1 appetizer and 2 dinner dishes for over $50.
RATING (SCALE OF 1 TO 5, 5 IS BEST)
Food taste: 3 (very salty, was going to give 1, 3 because my food was takeout)
Food value for price: 2
Service: 4 (She acted very friendly)
Ambience: 4 (Cozy family style)
Recommend to people for good food: NO
Recommend to people with no standard on food taste: YES (I believe you will receive friendly service in a cozy sitting.)
OVERALL RATING: Overrated!
Bland food. Quaint Italian village decor.
Food was bland. The spaghetti-ravioli combo plate was bland & was topped w/a plain tomato sauce that desperately needed seasoning & fresh herbs. The linguini w/clams was boring & clams did not taste fresh. The meatball appetizer was huge and ok.
Service was nice. Decor was very quaint and relaxing, like being in an Italian village. But since food is my 1st priority, not ambience, I would not go back again.
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. Slide into a booth for Italian fare including pizza, pasta, veal, seafood and more, with full bar and wine list.
i enjoyed the osso bucco the best ever,they offer great appertise's,also previous vist enjoyed the fresh seafood,the ambiance is delighful,service was excellant,aslo make a great N.Y. style pizza,menu has a wonderful variety.the bar was friendly also had great martinis full size..recommend it highly
prices moderate,parking was good if you get there early especialy on weekend's
Good Italian, I would recommend.
Overall, the food and ambience was great, but not excellent. The service was outstanding, however.
Parking was a little challenging, but probably an indication of popularity.
The menu had good variety, which is always important in an Italian restaurant. I had the Veal Pizziaola, which was good, but a little too heavy on the tomato.
I would return for additional entrees here, and it is one of the better italian restaurants in the area.
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