The best sangria that will ever cross our lips. Excellent Italian food at a very reasonable price with good service. You can pay a lot more but you will be hard pressed to get as good a meal.
This evening's meal was a total surprise. The Grouper Almondine was A-MA-ZING! The spaghetti was perfect. The vegetables were delicately cooked and seasoned. The salads, both Greek and House, were fantastic because they had unbelievably delicate dressings. Great, great dining delight. WE WILL BE BACK!!!
Greek and Italian are so different, you can not possible specialize in BOTH!! And they don’t!!! I'm so surprised at the reviews of this restaurant. We celebrated my daughter’s graduation here. I was sorry we picked this restaurant. The place is very dated, and not the cleanest. The food is below average. Could not tell if I was eating a... More
Pretty good little spot for freshly prepared food. We came for a graduation celebration with a party of seven. They handled out group without difficulty bringing out fresh salads or hot soups and piping hot entrees. The restaurant has a mixed origin menu, with both Italian and Greek servings. Nobody in our group picked Greek but offerings looked pretty good.... More
I got the $25 dinner package. Dolmado, spinach pie, Greek salad, chicken pie and dessert plus a glass of wine. All very good food. Even the carrots that came with my entree were delightful with a hint of what I think was dill. A gem of a place.
Ingredients tasted very fresh. The menu is pricey but has much variety and since its not a food chain, the price is worth it for the taste. The furniture could use some touching up and decor could be updated to add to the look of the dining area. Its a small romantic ambiance, and I like that, Every one should... More
Walking into the ramshackle building that houses Giulio's, you could be forgiven for thinking that you've entered an older relative's living room. The décor, although comfortable enough, is dated to the point that it feels dusty, and while there are plentiful Mediterranean motifs, the abundance of lace seems to owe more to the southern states than to southern Europe. The... More
I'm surprised at the reviews of this restaurant. The place is very dated , not sure how someone could call it romantic. The food is average at best, I would not know the difference if I was eating frozen/heated food from a chain restaurant. The tables were uncomfortable, the service was at best average (it seemed like they were trying... More
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