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Restaurants & Bars

Napoli Ristorante & Pizzeria/Niagara Falls ON

formula1 | Dec 30, 200705:09 PM     3

Wow....what a great little family restaurant. We were down in Niagara for a couple of days and based on an article in the Toronto Star during the summer, we went to Napoli Ristorante for dinner. It was a wonderful experience. It is sometimes much better to go with no real high expectations and be delighted, then to go with very high expectations and be disappointed. The prices are excellent, the presentation is very good, the service from Louis was efficient, and charming....he was delightful and got a big tip from us. The owner who came to chat to us has taken great care with the wine list. The list is short, but very affordable. He was very pleased that I complimented him on sourcing out tasty, interesting and affordable wines. The mark-up is about 100 per cent....no gouging here. We cannot say enough good things about a restaurant like this that strives to provide good food, good wine, good service, and all at a price that makes you delighted to pay the bill....and happily leave the tip. Go check it out for yourself.

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