Fresco's is closed. A new restaurant managed by the owner's of Zuchinni's and Mario's due to open this year.
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This is a perfectly satisfactory pizza place that was once *fanastastic* before it moved to its present location. Not sure why the quality went downhill, since the pizza is still made in a wood-fired oven. But something is missing...
Under new ownership and a couple of slices at lunch proves that this pizza is amazing. Sauce, fresh cheese (Grande?) and crust made for a delicious and filling meal. Owners previously worked at another Pittsfield pizza institution and it show they learned well.
Our hotel front desk attendant recommended this restaurant. We had a serving error - salads served after the entree, but overall, the food was plentiful, the sauce very good, and the prices reasonable. The restaurant was VERY noisy. The place was almost full, so it...More
I wanted the Ravioli and got burned pecan encrusted chicken breast. The service was slow because our waitress was also working the outside seating.
Stayed away for an entire year after experiencing multiple disastrous dinners. Decided to give it another try but now realize we need to give it another year! Pizza was half baked in the center, as another reviewer stated, in spite of the crust being burned....More
The red hot pickled peppers were a nice surprise on the antipasto platter, but when they showed up again on the Greek pizza they were too much. We needed a lunch break and were considering fast food when we stopped here around noon on a...More
Ordered a crispy buffalo chicken sandwich (thats what it said on the menu) and a side of fries. The fries were awesome. As for the sandwich...it was not crispy...just a flattened piece of chicken grilled real quick with a teaspoon worth is buffalo sauce on...More
We went to fresco's because my sister and I got gift certificates from Christmas and decided now was the time to use it. The food was fantastic. I had Bourbon sirloin steak that almost melted in your mouth.My wife got scallops that she ate every...More