Friendly knowledgeable staff and fresh food. Homemade breads and pastas. Something for everyone. White tablecloths.
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This was a first time dinner visit following a lunch many years ago. We went because of a Groupon deal for dinner. I guess they are leaving the entry door go to pot in order to capture the rustic look. There is a nice looking...More
Our dinner was great, but our waiter was not as good as the one nearest us. We heard the other waiter tell the other couple what the specials were, and one of them would have been the perfect dish for my husband. We were not...More
I have been looking for a good Italian restaurant in town, and I finally found it! This is a quaint, old style, Italian Restaurant with delicious food! Chaz was our server and he was wonderful - made you feel like family. My husband had the...More
There were six of us and we all enjoyed our food. I had veal cutlet parmigiana. The veal tender and the sauce very tasty. The bolognaise was hearty and had meatballs and sausage besides. The chicken dish was also delicious with mushrooms and 4 cheeses....More
My wife, son and I decided to have dinner at La Torrenta Ristorante while in Scottsdale. Service was very good and the interaction with the server/manager was excellent. We found the food okay-not outstanding as we had anticipated. For example, some of the pasta was...More
My Friend who grew up in the North End of Boston has been telling me about this place . So tonight I finally got my Italian food fix , The restaurant has the old school feel to it nothing real fancy , white table clothes...More
Amazing food and service we'll return, this was our first visit, very impressed. Great Pasta, fresh seafood and fish options, great sauce. Nice to have so much follow up to ensure the meal was perfect for us.
This Italian restaurant is funky insofar as it decorated with frescoes, including a large recumbent naked woman being tended by flying cherubs playing bugles, puffy clouds on the ceiling, and a stained glass wall divider featuring Zeus. The bar has running lights and crackly glass....More
This is an interesting intersection in Scottsdale - two of the corners have chain Italian restaurants, and a third has La Torretta. Do yourself a favor and skip the chains. Service was attentive, knowledgeable and personable. Food was more old world Italian, and our server...More