Although the wait staff seems to try hard, they are all so sad looking it actually affects the experience. The pizza & salads were mediocre It's a good location but falls so short of its potential
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It was average Italian for not so average prices. My family and I went once; a week later it was closed by the health inspector. We haven't been back, but it has re-opened since. In my opinion not worth the money.
My husband grew up on Mario the Baker in North Miami and was beyond excited when we discovered this Royal Palm location years ago. We make a 30 minute drive to get here and it's definitely worth it! We always get the garlic rolls, cheese...More
Normally when I choose to eat out, I look for a balanced mix of great food and great atmosphere. The better the atmosphere, the more I'll compromise on great food part to a certain extent. Likewise, the better the food, the more I am willing...More
I'm a bit of a conceited NYer when it comes to all things Italian, but Marios was great. To start the garlic rolls beat anything similar I've had anywhere else. Worth the trip alone. I went for the classic spaghetti and meatballs while my mom...More
We dined for dinner today at Mario the Baker and were pleasantly surprised. A bevy of servers provided prompt, attentive service. The portions were generous and oh, so tasty. The decor was homey and functional.
Always delicious! Fast efficient and friendly service. Owners run kitchen and dining room. Feel like your part of the family :(
I have come to Mario the Baker's many times since it's relocated to this location. Each visit is a reminder for me of the many meals I had when younger in North Miami Florida. The experience is almost identical great food, great service, good value.