Where to begin....I suggest the owner change the name to Dolce pizzeria because the food that was passed off as Italian was pathetic. The bread was probably the best part, despite the fact that spanish olives were used instead of kalamata olives. My fiance ordered a 3 olive martini...but, they had run out of olives. Apparently they ran out of booze too because the martini tasted like water with a twist. The second of many dissappointments. We were very surprised that no veal dishes were offerred in an italian restaurant. I ordered chicken rosa and my fiance ordered chicken marsala. I asked for no mushroons, but was told the mushroons were already mixed in. Red Flag. Pre-made sauce...uh oh. I ordered my dish with penne instead of linguini.
The food is served and the laughter ensued. I didnt get penne and the server didnt check back probably because if embarrassment over serving this food. My sauce and the marsala sauce was brown gravy with something mixed in to make it sweeter. How dare they try to call that marsala. It didnt even remotely resemble marsala sauce. The 'proscuitti' on my chicken was a few grades below market basket shaved ham. The chicken tasted like gas, but the brown gravy pretty much over powered that.
The prices for these two dishes was outrageous. We paid $16 for chicken and pasta tossed in brown gravy.
If your looking for pizza, maybe this place is okay, but if you want food that is even close to italian, dont go here. We were starving, so we ate, but my leftovers went to the dog. Expensive meal for a dog. We will NEVER be back.
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