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The restaurant was small and felt like a diner. The day we were there the place The service was fine and the length of time to get our food was also fine. The food was of good quality with generous portions and excellent prices. The...More
We met friends of ours here, and it was excellent!!! I can't say enough good things about it. The owner ran the whole show, from taking our order, to fixing the food, etc. The food was the best italian food food I have had in...More
On the positive side the servings were very generous. The Greek salad was swimming in the dressing and the lasagna was horrible. Based on the dish that was served I deduce it was prepared like this. The noodles were (under)cooked without stirring and then drained...More
We had stopped at the Book Barn and the owner their spoke highly of Bravo and gave us directions. What a great experience. It is a very small place and we would never have expected the extent of the menu or the quality of the...More
We were traveling through Freeville, outside of Dryden, on our way to a family reunion. Happened upon this quaint restaurant. They sell Greek, Italian, and American food. Large quantities and tastes great!
When we were there, the cook, waiter, and receptionist, were all the same...More
This is a lovely little Greek/Italian restaurant in Freeville NY. They had an astounding selection of entrees for such a small place. Fresh made bread and herbed olive oil dipping sauce got us started. Service was not fast, but only because they were making our...More
My husband and I just stopped at a Greek/Italian restaurant for a bite to eat. The food was great and the owner very accommodating. The bread and dipping sauce we're complimentary and was great. I highly recommend going to this little restaurant in this tiny...More
We love Bravo - it's so great to have a decent restaurant close by without having to schlep into Ithaca or Cortland. It's owned by Gus, who used to run A-1 in Dryden back in the day when A-1 was actually good. I think Bravo...More