The waitress, Italian, of course, asks, over the clamor of the grapevine-strewn dining room: “Have you ever been here?” No? She explains: “Order by number.” There are 112 options on the nothing-over-$17.95 menu. We’ll take a number 8 (a plate of meaty portabellas and salty mozz), a number 46 (linguine in a garlic marinara with shellfish), more than ample enough to share, and two cannoli.
I recently had dinner at Fellini and loved it. I ordered the quattro formaggi ravioli and my date ordered the special of the night with whole wheat penne, walnuts, sun-dried tomatoes and basil. They were both excellent. Just a note the ravioli is quite rich. We both couldn't finish our entrees, but our pleasant waitress happily provided us with take-out containers. Posted by J: Apr. April 26th, 2010 at 5:14 PM
My wife and I dined at Fellini's on 01/12/2008, prior to the Jeffrey Gaines/Francis Dunnery show at The Media Theatre. Our tickets got us a 10% discount.
When we arrived a few minutes prior to our 6:30 pm reservation, we were greeted by a crowd inside the door. However, the staff was expecting us, and we were seated immediately. One thing to note, it is a cozy little BYOB, and noisy. No big deal if you're out with friends or family, but definitely not romantic.
The menu had [too] many tempting selections, which made it hard to decide. The portions were large and quite tasty. Not spectacular, but exceeded expectations. We were smart enough to eat only half of our entrees, and left room for dessert, which was sweet and light, not overly rich.
The staff was courteous and attentive, and even provided NFL playoff game updates upon request. Overall, we would definitely return. Fellini's is recommended, but make a reservation Posted by C: Jan. January 14th, 2008 at 11:10 PM