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“ok with kids, but hardly worth seeking out.”
Review of Tomato Street

Tomato Street
Ranked #24 of 263 Restaurants in Coeur d'Alene
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $9 - $18
Cuisines: Italian
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Good for: Families with children, Large groups
Dining options: Dinner, Lunch, Reservations
Reviewed March 25, 2010

Nothing special. Nice atmosphere, good location, pretty average food, pretty poor lasagua (tasted like ketchup!). Nice staff and food was hot and fast. Pizza was ok. Nothing bad but you can maybe find better.

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1  Thank leoburk
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Reviewed February 9, 2010

Good southern Italian food, nice wine list. Like the pizza. Across the road from the La Quinta.

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Thank Morgan55
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Reviewed September 6, 2009

This isn't a Northern Italian white linen kind of place. The decor is kitschy and the waiters all wear some kind of hat. But you begin to think someone's Italian grandmother is in the kitchen after you taste your food. The ragu on the lasagna had real depth of flavor which means they spent some time simmering good ingredients. My smoked chicken manicotti was also wonderful. The waitress couldn't help us with their wine selection ("I'm more of a beer drinker") and was surprisingly unfamiliar with all the dishes (it IS a pretty big menu). I wouldn't recommend this for a business dinner or romantic fine dining experience, but I would recommend it for anyone who wants some excellent Italian food in a casual setting.

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Thank jimborooney
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Reviewed September 1, 2009

Very disappointed in the lack of interesting atmosphere. The food was okay, but not nearly as good as it was 10 years ago!

1  Thank JamieJackson
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Reviewed August 3, 2009

This was my first time going to Tomato Street. The inside decor was very nice. There were christmas lights stringed all over, there were little covered cafe tables in the center, and booths all around, lots of Italian decor. We ordered the Carne Bolla (meatballs stuffed in dough) first, and they were very good. They were hot, chessy, and tasted great with the dipping sauces. The meatballs themselves had a nice spicy-ness to them. For a drink, we tried the Huckleberry Martini. I was dissappointed b/c I could hardly taste the fruitiness of it, and the vodka was quite strong. For dinner we ordered the Vendura Pizza and Baked Spaghetti. The spaghetti was awesome! The flavors tasted great, it was bubbling hot, and there was alot of food. The pizza I was disappointed with. It was not hot, and was missing something. I think there could have been more garlic and Italian seasoning. Service was excellent!

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1  Thank akb286
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