Golden >Bono's Italian Takeout
Best food not fast food.
BEST FOOD EVER!!!
I have been going to Bono's for many years and there food is out of this world. I am extemely picky eater and I have never had a bad exprience at Bono's ever! Bono's is a warm and inviting place to dine. Mrs. B is a down to earth person who takes great pride in her restaurant and truely cares about her customers.
If you want to enjoy an excellent meal, outstanding customer service, YOU SHOULD GO TO BONO!
Not an accurate assestment. I have been going to Bono's since they opened many many years ago, I think 17 now and counting and I can't believe that East Coast personality is mistaken for RUDE. I have to speak up and let people know that Susie Bono is a very nice person and has always made me feel at home there. Their staff is very nice but, in all fairness if you go at lunch time it is very very busy there ,and the girl at the counter is a sweet heart. Their food is not fast food, it's made to order and it's worth the wait. I thought I would throw that at you all, don't listen to everything you hear its a great place and wonderful owners especially Mrs. B. The food is awesome and try the dinner menu at night ,sit down full service after 4pm, she is always on the floor every night talking to all the customers and making them feel at home. Go and check it out for yourself.
Great food- HORRIBLE SERVICE!!. 2 friends and I work close by ,so we go there for lunch. NO MORE- the food is very good but the owner (Mrs.Bono) and her very cranky cashier lady are very rude and abrubt. They had a very nice and (together) cashier girl but It looks like she is gone. They have been in business a long time, by now you would think that they would know how to efficiently run their kitchen; they don't . They lost our 3 -times- a -week business today.
food is spoiled by poor service and unfriendly owners. I have been going to Bono's for lunch once a month or so for years. The food is OK but I find it is not becoming worth the trip to deal with the poor service and stand-offish owners and employees. This a mom and pop establishment and it would be nice to be greeted - especially when they have seen you many times before. However, they never come out from behind the counter or the kitchen - even though I've been there many times when there is no one waiting to place an order and they could clearly take a few minutes to mingle around and see if everyone is enjoying the meal. A lot of times, it seems they feel almost imposed upon by customers and I've seen them bark at a few people more than once. They are now open for dinner with their recent expansion but I'd sooner find a friendly Italian restaurant for a dinner experience. Picking up a sandwich to go is one thing but ambience and service is important for a dinner experience,
Italy's got nothing on Bono's!!!. Every dish a masterpiece. A world of flavors is only a few blocks away. Everything from homemade pizzas and pastas, including my favorite stuffed shells, creates a Italian fantasy on my tongue. This restaurant is friendly for all ages, and the staff creates a magical dining experience that cannot be beat. there is not enough room to tell you why Bono's is the best. There is nothing not to like at Bono's. The only thing i can say is that if you haven't experienced Bono's, you are missing out on the best italian food ever!
THE BEST DARN ITALIAN FOOD!!!!!! EVER!!!!!!!. Where to start. Everything is great. From a humble take out, to a relaxed family dining experience at night, Bono's is great Italian food. Any dish you get will be breath-taking. From amazing pizzas to stuffed shells, all homemade, and the best deserts, it is hard to make a decision. All of the employees are friendly and wont hesitate to make you experience the finest. if you haven't already, you should definitely stop by because you wont be disappointed. semplicemente il la cosa migliore (simply the best!!!!) enjoy! :)
Mamma's Italian Cookin' . . . Awesome Pizza . . . Feels Like Home. OK, I'm from the East Coast so I KNOW Italian food. I just moved here and found Bono's to be a "life saver" when it comes to feeding my cravings for Pizza and "home cooked" Italian meals. The Pizza ranks at the top of the list of some of the best I've ever had . . . anywhere! The Linguini and Clamsauce, Meatball Subs and Italian Subs make me miss home, but with this kind of "East Coast" cooking, I know that I'm taken care of. Sometimes the service is a little slow, but believe it or not, this tells me that a busy restaurant is popular and where I come from, waiting a little longer for your food only means that it's going to be that much better. The atmosphere is very friendly along with the staff. In between overseeing a booming family business, the owner makes the rounds making sure that you're not just another number. He's a pretty good guy that knows how to take care of his customers. I enjoy seeing the Italian/East Coast memorabilia, which makes me feel comfortable whenever I eat at Bono's for dinner or just pop in for a glass of wine while I'm waiting for take-out. I've eaten at other Italian Restaurants in the area, which were OK, but I found my "home away from home" as far as the food goes as well as talking with some genuinely good people. I eat at or order take-out from Bono's 4-5 times per week and believe me, being a business man in a very hectic life leaves little time for me to cook. Even if I don't want to eat their food right away, I can always stop by and pick up some frozen entrees, which saves me a ton of time and still takes care of my "East Coast" Italian Food craving! This is a great place to take the family out for some of the best pizza you ever had as well as enjoying a some vino while taking in a "warm" atmosphere. Thanks Bono's for making and "East Coast Transplant" feel right at home!
RUDE - SLOW Service. Owners have the worst customer service.. So, we have always ordered pizza from here and like it. Some of the sandwiches are actually good too. The rest of the food is mediocre at best. We waited 45 minutes for our food (well, some of it). 2 of us got our food and then 15 minutes later, the food for the other 2 arrived. No apologies, no explanation. Nothing! Then, the food was not good (not even the food that came out first). At any rate, when we complained, and asked for the stuffed shells to be taken off of the bill (as they were really bad) we were told by the owner that she will not take it off of the bill and we should not come back again. No worries, we won't !!!! We live in the neighborhood and always get our pizza from them as it is good and we like to support local businesses. No longer. Anthony's on Union is just a s good and they deliver. Oh, and they are actually open past 7:30 unlike Bono's.
Great sandwiches, good pastas, okay pizza, terrible service..
Bonos offers some good eats but their service is very slow. When I mean terrible service I am mostly talking about how long it takes to get your food, the people that work there are very nice.
Bonos is like a clunky machine low on oil. They haven't quite streamlined how to get the food out quickly. Typically sandwiches don't take too long (and the sandwiches are great) but if you are ordering pasta such as spaghettie with pesto, lasagna or what-have-you then you can expect to wait for a good 20-25 mins, even if you're the only one there. Even sandwiches can take a long time. A few buddies of mine from work and myself went there and of the 3 of us, 2 of us got our sandwiches in 10 mins and my other buddy didn't get his until 5 minutes after we already ate ours! (we got sick of waiting so we just ate em). Oftentimes they are completely out of items. When a lot of customers come in, it becomes evident that they get a little confused, they just don't handle the amount of business they get very well. Calling in ahead of time doesn't usually help either.
I work right across the street from Bonos so i go there quite often. The sandwiches are very good! I find the pizza to be way too greasy for me, but it's still pretty good. I like the people that work there and I will continue to go there every couple weeks, but the hold time gets very old. They recently renovated, knocked out a wall, added a bar area, booths and more tables. They added new decorations and such. It's beginning to generate a good size customer base. The places looks great. If they could just oil the machine a little then they will do much better.
Kickin' ass in Golden!. Want authentic delicious pizza? Come to Bono's. Just don't pay attention to all of the disgusting Red Sox memorabilia on the walls. Get past that and you'll enjoy some of the best pizza in Colorado. Same goes for their food. You won't be disappointed.
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