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Reviewed March 17, 2020

Our group of nine people made a reservation at the last minute, and were seated within minutes of our arrival. Our server, Lorre, was attentive and efficient. Entrees, including Eggplant Parmesan, Chicken Marsala, Ravioli with Meatballs, and large salads with salmon, were excellent. Bread was...great. We were seated in an alcove at the back of the restaurant, which we appreciated, as family get-togethers are rare, and it was good to be able to talk. Great atmosphere.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 8, 2020 via mobile

I’ve been to the warehouse several times for lunch as well as dinner. I’ve never been disappointed with the quality of food or the service from the wait staff. Everything always tastes like it was made with the freshest ingredients. The owner never seems very...thrilled but as long as you don’t have to deal with him you’ll enjoy yourself.More

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed March 6, 2020 via mobile

Awesome lunch buffet! The Tuscan bread and olive oil/spices for dipping is unbeatable. Their Delaware location is great also!

Date of visit: March 2020
Reviewed February 15, 2020 via mobile

Had a 5pm reservation. Although we were seated right away our waitress took our order which started with a soup and salad. Our meals came out right away and was FOLLOWED BY our soup and salad which we refused because our meal was sitting in...front if us. At 5:55 we were asked if we wanted dessert which we did order. She literally brought it to us at 6:25!! Asked her right then to plz bring us our bill and didn’t drop it off until 6:45!!! My husband’s Sauce was just ok. I asked for veg @ potatoe vs spaghetti with my chicken parm. Didn’t seem to mind the easy request...brought me a plain cutlet & veg only. Not a horrible place BUT be prepared for disorganization & to be treated like cattleMore

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed January 16, 2020

Great place to go if you want a quick lunch but not fast food. We both choose from the create your own pasta menu. You pick your pasta, sauce and then add any topping you want for an additional cost. I had the diablo sauce...& my husband had the tomato sauce and added mushrooms. The pasta was warm & perfectly cooked. The sauces were delicious and plentiful amount. My husband got a lot of mushrooms for the additional $0.99. We were quite happy with our meals and were served quickly. The Italian bread was also delicious. You can also add a side salad or soup, but we didn't want to eat that much. Also, they have a pasta, soup, salad buffet with more limited pasta/sauce options.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed October 30, 2019

This restaurant was recommended by several locals, we were happy we went. The waitresses were very friendly, food arrived quickly. Prices were very reasonable. I had the Italian wedding soup, salmon, and risotto with creamy mushrooms, so good, I could eat it every day, even...my husband kept stealing bites. It came along with mixed vegetables, and of course their home baked bread. Most awesome dessert: Death by Chocolate. Prices are very reasonable. My husband had the veal, I assume it was overcooked as it was a bit tough, but he enjoyed the rest and also part of my salmon. Definitely recommend to eat there. The downtown is very historic, we were fascinated by the amazing buildings. Many interesting shops.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed September 27, 2019

I am very glad I discovered this gem of Marion. Located near downtown Marion, The Warehouse is located in a humble old brick building. Once you walk through the doors, however, the atmosphere is incredible. The decoration is warm, inviting, and tasteful. It feels naturally...rustic and Italian. Whoever made the decision to purchase this brick building and transform the interior in this way should be strongly commended. Another aspect of The Warehouse that immediately impressed me was how talented and well-trained the hostess and waitress were. First impressions are important, and the warm happy greeting that we received from both of these people was something I will definitely remember about The Warehouse. I can honestly say that our waitress had more-thoroughly mastered the art of restaurant service than any other server I've ever had. In addition to the warm greeting, she got our orders correct, offered to make us a dressing for the bread at our table (we declined), brought us out more bread when we finished it (complimentary fresh homemade bread with every meal!), and asked us multiple times if everything tasted good. She even set our leftover box aside when we forgot it when we left, and handed it to me immediately when I returned for it a few minutes later. I was very impressed. As for the food, that was good too. I had the chicken and mushroom alfredo, and the quantity of chicken and mushroom relative to the pasta was very fair. The sauce was good, and there was some nice ground parsley on top. Our waitress had brought us some dried herbs which I also sprinkled on top. Our dessert was tiramisu, which was also delicious. So overall what would I change? Not much. One thing that I will point out, however, is regarding the appetizers that are complimentary with the meal. We had the choice of either soup or salad. I had a tossed salad, which I must say was somewhat boring, especially for an Italian restaurant. It consisted of lettuce, croutons, sliced tomatoes, carrot shavings, and yellow cheese shavings. Honestly this kind of reminded me of a Bob Evans salad and I was a little disappointed. I would suggest that the chef could come up with something a little more imaginative and unique, like the delicious lettuce/pepper/sliced-mozzarella/onion/grape-tomato/olive/chickpea salad that I ate as a complimentary appetizer at an Italian restaurant in Seatac Washington in late July. Other than this, our experience at The Warehouse was flawless and I will definitely be back.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 22, 2019

We were going to see a concert (The Guess Who) at the Marion Palace Theatre and we drove about two hours so we wanted to get something to eat before the show. The sign said the restaurant opened at 4:30 and we arrived about 4:25....Sat on the bench outside and they opened the door promptly at 4:30. We were the first ones in the door, got seated quickly, ordered and got our food pretty fast. We were amazed how quickly the place filled up as our waitress had told us it would with people wanting to go to the show. There were 3 of us~one ordered the lasagna with tomato sauce, one had chicken parm and I ordered the Ribeye. We all got salads and their homemade garlic bread was very good. I ordered my Ribeye medium and when it arrived it was pretty rare so I asked our waitress to take it back. My friend loved her lasagna and the other person liked the chicken parm although they said the chicken was a little different than they had ever had. I also had the garlic mashed potatoes and ate those while I waited for them to bring my steak back. When she brought my steak back it was done perfect! It was a very large steak so I ended up taking about half of it and some of my potatoes home in a to go box and they tasted great the next day! We spent about an hour in there and were amazed how the line to get in the door was going clear down the porch outside!! I was very impressed with the menu, food and our waitress. The next time we're in town for a concert we'll be sure and go there again.More

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed September 8, 2019

Wonderful atmosphere. Old building that has been restored. So happy this has been preserved. Thank you, TIm.

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed September 8, 2019 via mobile

The food is always very good and fresh. We’ve never been disappointed with anything we’ve had. The atmosphere is comfortable and relaxing as well.

Date of visit: July 2019
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