We stopped here for a late lunch and really enjoyed the restaurant the staff were friendly and efficient and the food was good. The atmosphere was Italian and it was good food at a reasonable price, very nice!
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Four days ago I went with family to dine at Farinas. We had a reservation. The service was wonderful! And food was exceptional!! Portions were generous! I will definitely go there again! Prices were very reasonable also.
This is about my 3rd visit to Farinas. The other two times I had pizza and while the service was questionable the pizza was good. This time I had lasagna, awful! Stouffers frozen is better. Also shared a serving of meatballs and there was a...More
We came here during Grapefest for our 2nd time, and had pretty much the same experience as last time: the staff don't seem to know what is up or down, and they are not on the same page. One staff member will tell you there...More
The food is usually good. Pizza and all kinds of stuff like this. Great selection of wine and even a place attached to purchase jewlery and antiques.
We had our wedding reception here in May, out back on the terrace and it could not have been better. The organisation was fantastic! I lovely lady called Emily took care of all our needs, to the smallest details. The terrace out back is charming...More
Love coming here to have lunch and try new wines. The staff is amazing. We usually get salad and pizza and share. Then we pick our wine and sit and visit in this charming place.
Good place with good service. Patio seating is available front and back. Don't go 6-8pm without a reservation. Pizza is half price during happy hour.
I've eaten a lot of Greek salads in my lifetime. It is by far my favorite salad and I probably have at least 2 every week. With that said Farinas is the best in the state of Texas. I ordered it with grilled chicken which...More
During happy hour, they have glasses of wine for $6, which is pretty decent in this area, and the wines we sampled were tasty. Sadly, my friend and I are both fans of Prosecco, and they didn't have any Prosecco at the $6 price, but...More