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Posted by Eudocia on 12/30/2011
I've lived in the neighborhood for years and have heard many people complain about the sisters. I like them. They treat me well and are nice to me when I go in. I like the eggplant, especially. I think people just have to know that this is an old family business that has seen some tough times. The women are cool and I hope the place keeps going.
Posted by annonymous on 03/12/2011
Bread & butter was good; ambiance relaxing and the two women running the restaurant were funny. Expected home cooked tasty food on real dishes but received food that I could have made at home on styrofoam plates, plastic cups and plastic utensils. Not worth the money spent.
Posted by Wisconsin Crew on 02/24/2011
Our group of 14 had an absolutely wonderful Italian dinner starting with an awesome salad loaded with olives and sun-dried tomatoes etc., raviolis and gnocchis, eggplant, chicken cutlet, rice balls, and cookies. Selene and Caesar did a great job. I go to Manganaro's every time I'm in the city, because I enjoy their friendship and love the food! Thanks for another great time!
Posted by giuseppe on 02/03/2011
I honestly don't know how this place stays in business. The food is just below average; really how hard is it to make a decent chicken parm? And the prices are just riduclous. They are clearly just riding on thier history here. I will never set foot in this place again and neither should you.
Posted by Steve on 12/20/2010
I went here for lunch and had some of the best sandwiches in Hell's Kitchen. The bread is fantastic along with the selection of meats and cheeses. The two women running the restaurant make it like a stand up comedy act. I would go back just to see what they say next. The best sandwich was by far the Manganaro's Special. It is something everyone needs to try.
Posted by Leslie on 10/28/2010
I grew up eating these subs after shopping for all the wonderful goodies that they sell. I live in Los Angeles now and not even Bay Cities comes close. If you want a real Italian sub and the old school decor that goes along with an Italian market with servers who have been there for years...this is the one and only.
Posted by shabuchwae on 09/01/2010
Best chicken parm sandwich and mozzarella sticks I've ever tasted! Are they a bit gruff around the edges? Yeah. Does that make it feel like home? Most def! Are the portions so huge you get two meals out of them? YUP! Are the mozzarella sticks hand-breaded and bigger than Calista Flockheart's forearm? Beyond a doubt! So go already!