We reserved a large group dinner at Fiorella during a conference at the Gaylord Convention Center and were pretty pleased with the food, service, and atmosphere. A little disappointing not to have the chance to order a la carte and try more of the menu, we were served salad, a few Margherita and eggplant pizzas for sharing, entrees and desserts. The pizzas had cracker thin crust and lots of cheese ("Milwaukee" style). The baked ziti was delicious and had a little kick to it, the grilled fish of the day was blackened salmon and not half bad, and the shrimp scampi was well seasoned shrimp and somewhat forgettable oily pasta. The desserts weren't anything to write home about but, rest assured, not a single bite of cheesecake or tiramisu remained.
At $50 a person the price was a little steep, but considering the real lack of other options around National Harbor for a place that could accommodate and appeal to a broad age range (young children, high school students, adults and grandparents), Fiorella was just fine.
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