What's not to love!. Being that I live within walking distance to Luigi's and kids eat free Monday through Thursday, this is a place that my daughter and I frequent often. From the moment you walk into the door you feel as though you are supposed to be there. The service is very friendly and the food is delicious... starting with the most amazing bread and ending with the oh so good bread pudding. The portions are large enough that you will have enough left over for lunch the next day. (or in my case enough for a midnight snack) I personally have never had a bad experience at Luigi's, and I am happy to be supporting a family owned business that takes pride in customer service.
Not friendly and not so fresh food. We have been to Luigi's many times over the past few years. We kept coming back only because we like the idea of a 'family owned restaurant'. The food keeps going down hill. We are so tired of being treated like they don't care if we came in or not. A fast food restaurant would treat us better! The owner herself is very short and rude, and she treats our kids like they always do something wrong! We have found better restaurants at cheaper prices and friendlier owners and staff.
Great Ossobuco, but avoid the standard canned items on the menu... especially the chippino! Horrible!. We're been to Luigi's several times over the past year and half and it's not a bad place if you don't care to visit the Olive Garden weekly. It'a best if you go on an off night- Mon - Thursday so it's a bit quieter and there are usually no kids to bother you. I few of the times we've been in this place parents just let their kids wander on the patio and climb over the wall and back up again-very distracting if you're with that special someone. Also,a few of the wait staff seems very uninformed about what the call liquor is or how a dish is prepared. Last visit it took forever to get a second round of drinks.
Editorial Review by Citysearch Editors. Causal family-style dining with a variety of Italian dishes such as rock shrimp fritti, sausage lasagna, and linguini and clams.
Ho Hum. My fiance passes this restaurant on her way to work so we thought we'd give it a try. Nice interior despite the strip-mall location and it wasn't crowded when we went (it was snowing). We thought the food was overpriced for the quality. I'd eat there again if we were in the area, but wouldn't make a special trip or wait in line.
East Coast-like Italian. There is a certain East Coast-like feel to this small Italian restaurant. The food is very good, service is generally good. Prices are very reasonable.
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