The 25$ voucher was good only if 4 entrées were bought rather than just an outright 25$: I'd never seen this before in a WagJag so didn't think that I needed to read the fine print. Upon finding this out, I offered to opt out of the deal but the waiter checked it with the manager and said that it was okay. Funnily enough, when it came time to get the bill a manager stopped by to tell us that the voucher wouldn't scan through because 4 entrées weren't bought (likely story: do I look that old?). Having only bought 1 pizza, we were told that if we bought a second pizza that all would be rectified. 2 pizzas are 4 entrées? Not impressed!! Didn't complain since my husband doesn't like scenes!
GroupOns are conditional which require you to order 2 or 4 Main Course items, which actually makes the your bill go higher, which in my opinion is not a good practice. We should be able to order whatever we want and still redeem the discount.
I just found your menu items very overpriced - our server was fine but we were 4 in a booth when there were tables available - food was good but very "tourist priced" - I will not purchase groupons for the tourist area again unless it is in the winter months
Service was awful & the Tuscan chicken sandwich bread was very hard.
Food was wonderful, staff was very friendly, restaurant very well located.
Overly expensive because of the location. The food was great. Service could step it up a bit for $30 a plate I would like my drink to have ice and not run out.
Portions are HUGE....but very good....
Service was slow. Food was good though.
From Our Editors
The culinary team at Pranzo Italian Grill crafts an array of Italian specialities, including fresh antipasti, signature brick-oven pizzas, and classic dishes. Bites of crispy fried calamari dance on palates while classic plates of penne a la vodka and veal parmesan sate larger appetites. Chefs also drizzle lobster ravioli in cream sauce or sculpt savory spheres of beef and veal for traditional plates of spaghetti and meatballs. In their open kitchen, they crown neapolitan pizzas with classic margherita toppings or funkier ones such as a mix of olives, sausages, and anchovies.