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The hostess was rude: I asked what is your speciality and she quipped back, “Food.” And not in a fun, nice tone but a smart aleck don’t speak to me demeanor. Not a good way to start the meal, put a bad taste in my...More
Absolutely Delicious! It felt like this restaurant could have been in Italy. Such a comfortable atmosphere with exceptional food! Even if you need to wait, grab a drink at the bar. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff, seems like everyone has been there for some time....More
First, the good.
Our dinner here was fantastic. Everything was delicious; the salad, the pasta, the bread. We were a little irked to be charged for bread (why is this becoming common?) but were glad we'd ordered it. It was basically pizza dough with olive...More
Food was excellent: the distinctive and fun house bread, a stew with sausage, escarole and white beans, Branzino. Of the desserts, the cookies seemed to enjoy the best reception. Wine list is good; could be longer but some good options are offered and the wines...More
The gnocchi simply melts in your mouth. It’s so delicate, I’m not sure how it stands up in the sauce. If you don’t eat anything else her, it should be the gnocchi. But then you’ll miss out on the whipped ricotta, the Escarole, beans and...More
Visited here with another couple for brunch. Had a 15 min wait which was not a big deal bc we had excellent drinks from the bar. Drinks were unique and on the strong side. Probably the freshest best tasting Bloody Mary I’ve ever had.
The food and service experienced during our recent visit was nothing short of outstanding/exceptional. This is not your grandfather's Italian restaurant; rather, it is the purveyor of fine dining hidden in a modest establishment the the Strip. We should have expected this given the difficulty...More
Everything about our dinner at DiAnoia's was top notch! We had a wonderful server, delicious food & cocktails, and the atmosphere was great! My husband is still raving about his Steak Florentine and the Seared Provolone appetizer should not be skipped!
It's necessary to reserve a table about 2 weeks ahead or more for the popular times of the evening. There are two rooms that I saw. One is very open with little to block the noise so it's pretty loud. The stuffed shells were good....More