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Algernon C.
Report | 7 days ago
The decor is so-so but the food is excellent
Pamela D.
Report | 17 days ago
The food and service were wonderful. Not much atmosphere.
Grace C.
Report | 21 days ago
Pizzas are good especially the one with pesto and mushroom. Great service too!
Daniel C.
Report | 23 days ago
Great place with great food.
Don W.
Report | 24 days ago
Most delicious calamari I ever had
Joseph J.
Report | a month ago
Everything I had has been exceptional
Paul H.
Report | a month ago
Great Service! Our waitress even gave us personalized service with great advice on a wine for the evening. I am not a wine person, and she led me to a perfect one based on her similar taste in wine. The portions may look small to some at first, but once you start eating you'll notice you are filled up and have plenty to take for leftovers. I had seen a reviewer mention that the lasagna was a little salty but tasted great anyhow. It's not really salt... it's the flavor of the cheese that makes it taste that way and within a few bites, your palette starts to enjoy the different flavor. I am not a ravioli person but I love mushrooms and I had seen a reviewer mention that it was surprisingly good. I was finished with the mushroom ravioli before I had barely hit the lasagna, and I am a lasagna BEAST! Before you even hit any of that food, you'll get bread and you can dip it in oil. The oil is just regular oil and you pour some on your plate. At first, I was thinking that it wasn't going to be near as good as the oily vinegar and spice oil that some other Italian places have, but then I dipped the bread into the plain oil and it was PERFECT. In fact, if it had ingredients added to the oil, I don't think it would have tasted as good. I don't write too many reviews, but this one was worth it. Go... you will really enjoy the classy atmosphere and social environment that isn't so in your face and bustling with noise, instead you will be able to enjoy your own conversation with ease and still not feel like it's too quiet that you don't have privacy. One more tip.. it looks fancier than your average Italian joint inside, but don't feel awkward about dressing casually. I wore nice sweats, driving slippers and a hoodie... and fit into a mesh of different styles. And again... one of the best service experiences I have received in a long time and even better than most fine dining establishments where you pay twice as much. Attentive but never bothersome; almost intuitive.
Jose L.
Report | a month ago
Calamari with the sauce and lasagna were delicious.
Claudia B.
Report | a month ago
Food was delicious, excellent service.
James P.
Report | a month ago
It's very good. Lunch is best. The dinner menu is a little pricey. It looks like the same things are priced higher from there lunch menu.
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From Our Editors

It's often said that people have many different layers. In the most literal sense possible, the same applies to the Northern Italian cuisine at Mustazzoli Ristorante Italiano. Just look at the restaurant's signature appetizer: bruschetta crescenza. It starts with three pieces of crispy, homemade baguette, onto which is piled crescenza cheese, asparagus, prosciutto ham, and a drizzling of white truffle sauce. If complexity is what these chefs are going for, consider their goal achieved.

But the chefs bring this same attention to detail to every aspect of their menu, from pastas tossed with clams and New Zealand mussels to desserts of homemade white-chocolate cannolis. Once they've put on the finishing touches, they send these dishes off to two different dining rooms, in which guests trade bites with sips of wine and beer.

If you're curious about how to get the most out of your Mustazzoli experience, here are three of our favorite pro tips:

  • Try a few slices of the complimentary cheesy bread, which has garnered favorable reviews on Yelp.
  • Come here on game day: Mustazzoli shows sports (typically muted) on a few discretely placed televisions.
  • Ask a server if there's an upcoming event; the restaurant frequently hosts wine dinners.
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