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Posted by adam greenstein on 12/23/2013
i liked there food very much the chef was very nice and let me check to make sure they had no fish on my food for personal reasons. what i really liked was the story on the back of there menu it says they moved from central italy in 1908 and that made me think this is real italian food!
Posted by anonymous on 11/21/2012
Consistently good food, nice atmosphere, decent service if you dine-in. After years of being a regular customer because I live nearby, I called for takeout, and had a terrible experience. The woman had an attitude and kept cutting me off, and after going through the full order--a large one at that--she informed me they won't deliver to my apartment even though it's on the map for delivery on their own website! Shows that one bad experience can make or break--I won't be calling back, or returning to the restaurant. Too many other good places in the neighborhood that welcome the business.
Posted by G+C on 01/15/2011
My fiance and I never planned to have dinner at Fragolé that one night, but we're glad we did. It has been a great staple Italian restaurant for us to share with friends or family alike. The atmosphere is perfectly comfy and casual with just enough charm for a spontaneous date night.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/16/2010
The Rosmarino and Bolognese dishes are stunning! And they start you off with warm, crusty bread and a delicious seasoned dipping oil. Not everything they make is amazing, but I keep coming back for those two.
Posted by Mattyirie on 03/11/2010
If this is the best of the old world Italian places in CG, then the neighborhood is in trouble, like several others, I too was led here by friends on the premise of affordable, tasty if not original or exciting Italian food. A casual place to drop in for solid pasta ect.. WEll, I dropped in and regretted it from start to finish. Okay, the place was fine. I won't trash it because it was far from terrible or inedible, it was just super boring and everything was underseasoned, and there was no "nonna's love" found in any of the dishes I tried. and the dessert was lousy. Maybe this place is better than Marco Polo or Casa Rosa, which always seem empty, but the glory days are gone...
Posted by urchinbk on 02/05/2010
Get it. Perfection.
Posted by Kevin from Carroll Gardens on 08/20/2009
While we can wander from Chestnut all the way down to Lucali & Buttermilk Channel, we always come back to Fragole, for the food, service, and ambience. Always of a high-quality, it's also a comforting place that's both convivial and heart-warming as well. I can't remember a bad meal in any many times I've been there, and feel like it's a place to take someone to just make them understand how lucky I am to have all these restaurants around. Not on the menu, and not always available, the panna cotta is just perfect, and my measure for any other place's...