When we moved to Herndon, we fell in love with San Vito's in Franklin Farm, which later became Piero's Corner. When I saw the living social voucher for San Vito's in Centreville, I had to give it a try. The living social voucher was probably the best deal I've ever bought. My husband and I were inundated with food, a lot of which we boxed up, and it was all so delicious!
For starters, the bread with pesto dipping sauce was divine. The bread was fresh and the dipping sauze was yummy! I had the grilled calamari appetizer and my husband had the Antipasta Italiano, both of which were huge. The calamari was grilled to perfection and my husband loved the antipasti in spite of the greens being a little dry. We shared the Caprese Campana, which was also yummy although I prefer bigger slices of fresh mozzarella to mozzarella balls.
I had the crab stuffed tilapia, which was also very good (loved the garlic spinach) although I had to box most of it as I was full. Looking forward to the leftovers for dinner tonight. My hubby had the Misto Di Pesce with vodka cream sauce, which was chock full of seafood and flavor.
We shared a cannoli, which was also yummy and had to pack up our 2nd dessert - tirimasu - which we will eat with our leftovers tonight.
We have been looking for a good neighborhood Italian restaurant, and found it in San Vito's. It is family friendly, affordable, and delicious. We love Piero's Corner in Herndon, but think San Vito's is more affordable, family friendly, and just as delicious with huge portions. The waitstaff were very attentive, and we will definitely be back.
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