Very bad food and service. Place smells like mold. There are candles and air fresheners everywhere. Creepy.
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Last winter took my grandson before a Thunderbolts game. Hadn't been for 15-20 yrs. What a wonderful experience. Great food! Attentive service. Sooo my brother in law and wife visited last week. Wanted Italian--Angelo' came to mind. Everything was what I experienced in winter. Great...More
The food here is so good. You are served garlic knots with your meal- beware- they are addictive! Used to get garlic knots in New York and was happy to finally find some good ones here. I recommend chicken ala crema, tortellini ala pesto and...More
Had dinner with friends prior to attending a concert. We all ordered different appetizers and different entrees. We shared and everything we ate was very good.
Walking in this looks like a nice quaint little Italian place, but it has room to be outstanding. They need to begin with the wait staff, the waitress we encountered was very lacking in the personable department. She never refilled drinks, we received a very...More
I have been to Angelo's several times. The food is fresh and consistent in quality, typical Italia/american style. Service is very good and friendly and the place is very pleasant and relaxing.
They have a small, but good lunch buffet. Their garlic knot rolls are awesome. The salad is fresh with a delicious vinaigrette dressing. There were two pasta dishes & an assortment of pizza & calzones. You can get a full lunch with beverages for $8.00....More
I had the eggplant parm. It was great. It was bubbling hot and smelled wonderful. The eggplant was cooked to perfection. I would definitely recommend this dish to eggplant parm lovers!