This visit was, at best, disappointing. The dining room is small and crowded, the waitress kept running into me and it is so mind numbingly loud in there that conversation with your dining companions is futile.
We ordered the Giorgio greens to start and they were excellent. 2 out of 3 of us ordered lunch entrees off the menu that said "homemade hats". We thought "yeah, hand crafted pasta". And ordered. The timing was a little off in that we were still eating salads when the lunch course came out. The homemade hats was a total fallacy. They were mass produced, commercially made pasta. When we asked the waitress about it, she nonchalantly told us that they don't make their hats. I asked why they hadn't changed their menus since they clearly said it was homemade pasta. She looked at me blankly, shrugged and moved on. No offer to try to get us something else, no apology, NOTHING! And then, after all that the hats were just meh. The hats and broccoli consists of store bought pasta and 2 pieces of broccoli(I counted) in a thick not quite butter, not quite garlic, not quite tasty sauce. The marinara sauce was better.
For the price, the ambience or lack thereof due to noise volume, the crowding and the indifference to their customers to be truthful about their products I can find better places to go. However, I will definitely order the greens to go next time I am in town.
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