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Italian, or Continental, Without "Rough Edges"?


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Italian, or Continental, Without "Rough Edges"?

Bashful3 | Jun 16, 2004 02:58 PM

OK; L'Angolo has its act together. Reliable top quality Italian, with fair pricing, only flaw being crowded and noisy at usual dinnertime. But, one cannot eat at L'Angolo all the time!

Been to Radiccio--experienced rudeness, and lack of coffee apres was the last straw. Like Lauletta's Grille, but can't eat there all the time either. Read posts about rough edges at Bronzino.

High noise level is a killer; price is less of an object, but I'd really appreciate being directed to sites that have it all together--great service, delicious food, some excitement, reliable. Willing to cross the river if need be.

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