Great Italian food. The stromboli can feed the whole family, calamari is tasty and the lobster ravioli rocks. Today it is Fetucine Alfredo
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If you enjoy delicious Italian Food, then you have come to the right place. We were pleasantly surprised with how inexpensive it was and delicious! The name " La Dolce Vita", translation "The Sweet Life" suits the restaurant well. I thoroughly enjoyed the Veal Parmesan. We had a party of 6 and each of us enjoyed everything we got including... More
This place is located right on the main street in Manteo. Parking lot is a little small. The food is EXCELLENT! Portions were very large. The variety on the menu will take care of the young to old with the many choices! I will visit again!
First off there are not that many restaurants open in Manteo in January for lunch, so I really appreciate that they stay open all year. That said the food was hit or miss. My Stromboli wasn't the best but the pizza was above average as was the fries. The decor and music was pretty kitschy Italian;however, that being said it... More
My brother and his family visited. We went for dinner. I had veal parmasan more breading than veal. nothing else looked good either.I had pizza earlier this year toppings very sparse.
The building was not inviting; however, we had heard that food was good Italian. Lasagna was ok, Antipasto was interesting (we had expected a salad but it was a combination of meats & cheeses without any lettuce). Service was good.
The pizza was really good, thick bottom and lots of filling. The waitress was really friendly and everything went smooth. The evening we were there (Friday) there was a pianist playing.
I am a fan of good pizza and in the past thought the pizza at La Dolce Vita when it first opened was maybe the best pizza I had ever had anywhere. My other family members agreed. Definitely not so anymore. I place high standards on the basics: crust, tomato sauce, and cheese. Other toppings can be nice additions but... More
I'm sure I've had worse dining experiences, but off hand I don't remember any. Granted it's marathon weekend so the kitchen got slammed. That doesn't excuse the really awful service. We waited 90 minutes for our food and in the first hour we saw our waitress 3 times - when we ordered, 20 minutes later when she plopped some bread... More
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