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Pleasant atmosphere. Very friendly service. Small but varied lunch menu. The chicken parmesan sandwich was excellent. The seafood spaghetti was rich and filled with clams, shrimp, mussels and squid. Very good lunch.
Went here because in the south its tough to find good Italian. I was lucky because the owner is Italian (Italy) and very friendly. We discussed Italy, food, the south,etc. I got the mussels which were tremendous and he recommended duck ragu with paccheri. It...was very good. I strongly recommend it here.More
Ordered special dish, which was not served as described, supposed to be a pasta dish with lobster & shrimp, however it had octopus, which I do not like in it. After complaining to staff, was given another dish, hastily put together. Was not very good...and was charged $30 for it. Don't know what happened here but not good at all and food was not very good. Would NOT recommend.More
It started with a pathetic beer selection on draft, which was an entirely bland selection of Bud light, Miller light, Stella and Peroni. No amber or dark beers on draft or in bottle. Asked for Ceaser salad with "light dressing" to avoid a soaked salad,...what we got was a small plate of cut up lettuce and a few boxed croutons, bottled dressing on the side, zero dressing on the salad. Ordered Linguini with clam sauce, the plat had about 30 tiny clams on it, half 100% closed, couldn't eat them, never seen such a thing. I asked for pepper on the linguini, the waitress gave me a small glass pepper shaker instead of the wooden pepper grinder right next to the shaker. I asked for the grinder, she tried to grind some on the plate, but got half the pepper on the tablecloth and pursued to wipe the pepper off the table cloth with her hands, pushing it all onto my lap. WTF? There was a singer in the lobby with a speaker outside, it was the saddest drabiest situation we've ever heard, almost had to leave but was too hungry. The music was seriously bad. Marietta really needs some good Italian restaurants, unfortunately this is not it after two tries.More
First time but not the last for us. The service was great, wine was wonderful and the food tasty! Cream of zucchini soup, fresh bread and Salmon were the winners of the day. Delicious cheesecake helped us finish off a perfect lunch.
The wait staff ( Miranda) was excellent..the food not bad but not the greatest. Although my chicken parm was at an quasi acceptable temp my wife's eggplant parm was not. They took hers back and it was about 10 minutes by the time they brought...hers back. For some reason I have never been to a restuarant that suggests taking back the other customer's dish so that the customers can eat together.This would have been an opportune time. We were not crazy about the breading nor the Northern Italian type of sauce..a tad on the sweet sideMore
When I’ve needed an eggplant parmigiana fix, takeout from Mezza Luna has been my go-to for a while, and it’s always hit the spot. Recently though we’ve actually stopped and started dining in and really experiencing this family run restaurant and what a treat! First...off, they offer much more than my beloved eggplant parm... who’da thunk? My daughter adores the bolognese and some of the nightly specials have been crazy delicious.
Just recently they put in a pizza oven and they are working on perfecting pizza their dough and recipes, so the word is that very soon, pizza and calzone will be on the menu!
I was was lucky tonight as they had dough made, so I was able to have the most delicious ricotta, pesto, garlic, & spinach pizza. I can’t wait until they offer pizza and calzones as part of their menu.
Then another thing I found out by actually going in and sitting down was the desserts. OMG!!! I’m not a huge sweets person, and I don’t know what prompted me originally to order the cheesecake, but let me tell you, it is the BOMB!!! It is seriously the best, creamiest, richest, New York style cheesecake I have had in years! Sometimes I stop in and sit at the bar just to chat and have a slice of cheesecake! The cheesecake, just like all the other desserts are made fresh in-house. I’m super tempted to try some of the other desserts but I’m telling you, the cheesecake is sooooo wonderful I want it all the time.
Speaking of wonderful, and homemade, the limoncello and orangecello are beyond amazing and a must try.
I enjoy family run places and tonight it was quiet in the restaurant. It was nice meeting and chatting with the owner, who makes the cheesecake, and the son who makes the limoncello & orangecello, and come to find out, the chef who made my delicious pizza was born and lived right near me up in Massachusetts and his brother sat near me and he also enjoyed a pizza tonight. Nice people, good conversation, great food, & drinks. Check out Mezza Luna!More