The place was good, cozy. Lot of options in menu. But taste is below average for a fine dine. I mean of all the Italian fine dine places I have been (around the country) the food of this place was worse. We won't be coming back again for sure. We were a group of 14 people. We were served by Cindy, and she was slow, and confused the whole time. We sat for like 30 mins before we ordered beverages. Then the straws for water never came (we asked). The dinner order had to be repeated. Mind you they charge extra for per shrimp you order (I understand protein charges are extra everywhere, but it was per piece of meat you ask for here). When it came to billing , it was all wrong. I got someone else's orders all put in mine, confidently pointed out that I ordered them all (imagine ordering 4 appetizers and then entré all for myself). Overall it was a below average experience for all of us. Didn't expect that from a fine dine place. Well there's a first time for everything, right?
Great atmosphere! Popular spot, had to sit at the bar because there were not available tables and the wait was almost two hours. My husband said he had one of the best lasagnas in a while! Their sangria was super tasty! The bread with butter was crunchy and perfect accompaniment for our meal. Chris was the best! He overheard we were celebrating our anniversary and brought us the most delicious chocolate cake for dessert! He also paid attention and realized we were traveling, so he packed our to go food with utensils. Thank you!!
As a single diner with no reservation, I was directed to sit at the bar, which was fine. The bartender who served me provided impeccable service. The Mushroom pasta was great, I all of it, and it came with bread and butter. There is a reasonably-priced Happy Hour drink menu, from which I got a got a glass of wine. The bartender presented me with the dessert tray, all of which had heavy, calorie-dense offerings, so I opted to go with Raspberry Sorbet, which was perfect to end the meal. I would definitely return.
Amazing food (as always); a bit disappointing experience tonight. 20 yrs of dining here; my go-to Italian in Boulder. But the owner, sitting at the bar tonight, couldn’t spare the 2 mins to stop by our table of 11 and say hi, and contribute to the celebration of our graduating CU senior. No reason to not come back; just takes the place down a notch. Dessert was great (empty plate!!) and solid wine special (2 bottles down the hatch!) Love Carellis!
Nick was our server. An amazing guy. Humorous young lad. We got the fettuccine Alfredo and the tortellini, bottle of wine and a homemade crêpe. The fettuccine was so buttery and so thick. Really an amazing entrée. It’s the most amazing fettuccine Alfredo, that I’ve ever had in my life.
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