They do not know what Ciopinno is?.
I was really shocked to see high ratings.......the server has never heard of Cioppino? But, that's just the start.
The meatballs tasted prefabricated. The Clam Sauce was so salty, I could have floated in it. The Pasta Sauce tasted like Prego.
The cheapest bottle of Chardonnay was $36.00. This is supposed to be a local place. The same bottle at Von's is $8.95. A glass is $7.00...where are we, Caesar's? Come on guys, take care of us locals!
We waited for 15 minutes for bread.
All I can say is the good reviewers do not know what authentic Italian is.
I would also like to add that they are all over you BEFORE you order, but, after you eat your meal, there was not one person to be found, asking such questions like, "how did you enjoy the meal"?
I really believe that Dave and Glen know what they are doing to their customer's.
Family-owned gem.. Who knew that in this little shopping strip there would be such a lovely place. The owners are always there cooking and serving and having a chat with the patrons. They care greatly about the quality of their food and the personal attention that you get there is unmatched in Vegas. Each time my husband and I go, they remember us, and we always, always love the food. Also, my husband is diabetic and they are so accomodating. They're happy to replace the side of pasta on his Chicken Parm with vegetables. Or if he is in the mood for pasta, they have whole wheat! Such a great spot. Highly recommended for a low-key, easy night out.
Major hotels in the city trust their pasta, so why not go straight to the source?.
Brothers David and Glen Alenik turn out more than 400 pounds of pasta daily for various hotels and restaurants throughout the city. Favorites include an intense black squid ink pasta in a seafood broth chock full of various shellfish, and a simple and spicy penne amatrichiana. A small but well-priced wine list complements the fresh pasta.