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“Delicious Italian”
Review of Arezzo Ristorante

Arezzo Ristorante
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Ranked #45 of 177 Restaurants in Westport
Price range: $30 - $30
Cuisines: Italian
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Dining options: Breakfast, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: Riverside Ave & Post Road West
Transit: Metro North Westport Station, GBT Coastal Link Bus Route.
Reviewed October 16, 2012

Went with a friend for lunch and we sat out on the river. The location is perfect and the service was wonderful. We each had a pasta dish, fresh and delicious! I know it's good when we each stop talking to really eat and enjoy the flavor of the food!
I look forward to going here with my husband for dinner and plan on many more lunch dates too!

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Thank MomWhoHatesToCook
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Reviewed October 3, 2012

A simply delicious restaurant! Service is perfect,. From appetizers, try the artichoke salad, to home made pastas, delicious fresh fish and divine tiramusi..you are in store for a yummy meal. On a nice evening ask to sit outside when booking. Although the inside is lovely and you can hear each other! The owner is always present and a superb host. A home run!

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Reviewed September 26, 2012

A great new Italian in Westport. Their branzino was served whole, and then the head and bone removed expertly, with the owner sifting through the filets for any stray bones with a fork. Salad was excellent with some orange slices and fennel, and a light dressing using a high quality olive oil. The owners brought their restaurant and chef from NYC after many successful years, and their overall food quality and service reflects the higher standards the competitive New York market demands.

Thank Cwheel9999
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Reviewed September 20, 2012

I dined at Arezzo three times ever since it opened in August 2012 - once with a friend, once with my wife and once for business. Each time we had a pleasant experience and now I need to find more reasons to continue trying its varied and inviting menu choices.

The food was consistently well prepared, flavorful without being overbearing, with a simple yet attractive preparation, (almost) the way normal Italian food should be prepared and served.

The restaurant atmosphere is pleasant without trying too hard to stand out. Patrons seem to come for the food and - on a nice day - the view of the river and Downtown Westport; as a result the crowd is quite mixed in age, appearance and party size.

The service needs some improvement, but it is not unusual for a newly opened restaurant to take its time to create a reliable routine and a cohesive wait staff. All our waiters were very friendly and energetic, but more than once confused our order or left us waiting a little too long. So be patient and do not expect to be out too quickly.

The only drawbacks of this place are its limited visibility from the street and the lack of convenient on-site parking. The restaurant sign is almost lost within the dark facade of the buildings lining Riverside Avenue: maybe a more contrasting color - if allowed by zoning - would help. Regarding parking, it looks like Valet service is offered on week-ends, but on weekdays it is up to customers to find a parking spot, either curbside or in one of the public lots nearby, which can admittedly be hard to locate. Probably true locals know their way around, but I suggest the restaurant provide some additional info on parking on their website for the outlanders.

This location has hosted a number of unsuccessful restaurants: we hope Arezzo bucks the trend, because it deserves it.

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Thank AndreaZana
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