For nearly 20 years, chef James Armetta has been known the Italian-influenced dishes he serves up at this Bucks County restaurant. Look for specialties like house-made gnocchi, chicken Chesapeake with lump crab meat, and filet mignon with a cabernet-peppercorn reduction.
"Olive garden is better," I think the place has to muck class for your low standers. I my opinion your lack of class is the problem. We have know Jimmy and Christen (the owners) for years and they have very meticulous about the quality of what come's out of the kitchen and the serving staff.
Olive garden is "better," go you will increase the class of the restaurant by not being around to wine and complain.
To the person who said they ruined a bottle of wine, it's BYOB, may be you should try something other than "Ripple," to server only removes the cork which I have a great place for you to put it. By the way I loved your "wife beater tank top T shirts" very classy! I had the best kobe beef ever at Christens if you know what that is? and no it's not a basket ball. Posted by Robert: Nov. November 1st, 2010 at 6:54 AM
I have eaten lunch here three or four times, including holiday season, and always been happy with the meal. That said, we did not have a loud crowd at that time, so I cannot say what dinner might be like. We were served a basket with breads and homemade crackers, very good. Had specials, salads were fresh and crisp. Did not know until I did this review that they had breakfast-looked good. Will have to try it, also has an early bird special that looks very reasonable for the area-they call it the twilight special with 3 courses. Thanks for the surprising poor reviews, now I will go and try the times I haven't yet. Frankly, I may be wrong, but with the last sentence of each poor review, I thought they sounded like they were from the same couple or person. I especially like how the room in summer that I was in made me feel I was on an enclosed porch. It was very pleasant, and I felt pampered. Posted by Jennifer: Sep. September 22nd, 2010 at 12:58 PM
Food was okay. Place was very loud. I could barely hear like the other review said. Waitress Jenna was horrible. Talked with a valley girl accent and was not very nice. Such horrible service.Olive garden is better Posted by lisa: Mar. March 7th, 2010 at 11:03 PM
This restaurant offers a GOURMET fine dining experience with the added benefit of a lighter, more user friendly, cost effective price. It amazes me that these entrees, that are so freshly made and delicious, can be offered at affordable prices. The atomspher is light and airy, the service impeccable - they made me feel welcommed and as a valued customer!!!!!!!!!!!! Posted by June: Nov. November 29th, 2009 at 5:05 PM
Horrible experience. Loud, obnoxious atmosphere. Waitress had to kneel at our table to be heard! Food was fair to poor. Tough veal and bland sauce. Wife's seafood overcooked. Staff helped to ruin a special bottle of wine for our 25th anniversary.
I get better value from any italian chain !!! Posted by Kevin: Feb. February 25th, 2009 at 11:33 PM