Restaurant is closed, gone. History. Deleted, demolished, done, dried up. History. Deleted, demolished, done, dried up, Don't go because it's gone.
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Looks like it is closed now. For the past few months it is a deserted parking lot with a building. I haven't looked for a sign in the window. - Food was good - Music was always good
This restaurant has been on the Pike for years. Food is still good but the whole atmosphere and structure of the building is showing its wear and tear and age.
This place is good for a business lunch , good food , good service staff but nothing out of the ordinary --- good location with it's own parking .
The good quality of food, the ease of parking ... the good selection of wine makes this place a nice option for a dinner. The ambiance lighting is an it too bright for a tablecloth restaurant, taking down a bit the brightness would make it...More
Had what was probably my final meal at Timpano's tonight. After many a venerable meal here, this place is closing up shop to be replaced by "fast casual" restaurants. Farewell and so long to a Pike classic. Due to close shortly after Jan. 1st.
Timpanos has announced that it is closing in January 2017. That is sad, because this little lively piece of Italian conviviality has been a favorite of ours for many years, especially around the holidays. There is still a chance to visit for a Christmas party...More
For the price you pay for the steaks I would look somewhere else. As steaks and other main courses are ala carte, a $39 strip becomes over $60, and if wanting a salad add another $12. Side's were good for two people, three would be...More
Just had lunch at Timpano and previously had dinner there. Food is quite good. Wonderful specials. The lunch has an innovative "3 pack"...you pick 3 different combos of protein, pasta, salad, soup or vegetables. You get smaller portions on a plate. for about $16. Located...More