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Posted by JOD on 01/12/2011
The restaurant is amazing and the price and the ambiance are really good. Besides the pizza (great!) you must try the homemade Spinach Ravioli. For the cold days the lentil soup is delicious! As a starter I suggest the eggplant parmegiano: absolutely delicious!!! If after the food you want to try a dessert I really recommend the Key Lime Tart: wonderful! Besides that, the staff is really great and the owner is a wonderful person. It is a very nice place to go, but if you decide to order you won't be disappointed: they are fast, the food is always fresh and hot. I really recommend it!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/12/2010
I have gone here many times and get deliveries often. It's a nice small Italian restaurant and the only place in town with good brick oven pizza. When ordering by phone beware it'll take you a while. The receptionist seems a little unfocused. I typically order a pizza and pasta. Many times the pizza comes so much smaller than the actual box, as if I ordered a large and they sent a small pie in a large box. The delivery guy also gets lost frequently. I've gotten cold pies a handful of times that I reheat myself. The pasta is delicious and worth the price. The pizza is delicious but not worth the $17 that they charge me for it. If only this place had better service maybe I would be okay with their pricing.
Posted by Amelia on 09/27/2010
The wait staff are delightful! The foccacia bread is delish! The restaurant is always clean and is a calm a d pleasant atmosphere. The food- especially the chicken parm is delicious and made fresh to order! The tarufo is also great!
Posted by stefphanni on 09/09/2010
I was concerned when we ordered gnocchi and our waitress had no idea what was on the menu. Was pleasantly suprised that the food was completely delicious. Some of the best pizza I've ever had.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/23/2010
I'll definitely go back there again
Posted by mehhhhhh on 05/11/2010
I went to Giovanna's a few times with family when it first opened-mostly because the prices were so good and I get focaccia cravings sometimes and that's what they give you with your food. It was... okay. All I'm going to say is that now that the entree prices have gone up by 7 or 8 dollars a pop, I really hope the food quality has gone up too, or else this place won't be around for long.
Posted by Shellsuitwarrior on 03/22/2010
My girlfriend and I went a couple of times whilst we were staying in the neighbourhood. The first time we went for food. Whilst her dish was alright, I had the worst lasagne that I've ever been served. Clearly microwaved (the heat distribution was all over the place - some parts were scolding hot, others were barely lukewarm) with rubbery pasta - it was terrible. We went back a couple of nights later just for drinks and the staff were very friendly and helpful - so I don't want to knock the place too much.