Fantastic food. Great service.
The food is good quality as is the service. Lombardi's is a bit off the beaten path, but worth the trip.
Dont let the outside of the building deceive you. Very nice inside.
The mini veal osso bucco were absolutely to die for! It a great mom n pop place where service is taken very seriously, as your comments on the wine or food,! Its a great place for a quick great brick oven pizza too! The menu should please all! The/service even more so!!
Nice place thought the food was outstanding!
Great gluten free choices
Great atmosphere! Great food! Great service!
The food was ok and the service was very uneven. They charged $8.00 for a bottle of fall Samuel Adams beer- that is overpriced. They also charged us 20% gratuity which I normally give on the FULL price of the meal but when the service is not very good I would give less,(as in this case). But I did not have that option as the owner told me. When I mentioned that tipping should reflect the level of service and Groupon encourges you to tip on the full value of the voucher,he said he didn't care what Groupon said and he could do what he wanted. I looked at the voucher very carefully and no where does it state that they will automatically add a 20% gratuity. Not a very honest merchant!
Nice place and the food was good.
From Our Editors
Since Lombardi's opened its doors in November 2012, chef Michael C. Pellizzari has breathed new life into Old World cuisine by creating a menu of authentic Italian dishes with a modern twist. Michael and his team reach for savory meats and fresh pastas to create each artfully plated entree—from a three-meat pasta with buffalo mozzarella to sesame-seed-crusted salmon—many of which ooze with the distinctive flavors of fine Italian herbs, fresh housemade sauces, and sautéed vegetables. Chefs also take advantage of the cozy eatery's terra cotta oven, which bakes up pizzas topped with capers, seafood, and spicy hot oil a wood-fire taste, while waiters pour a bevy of beverages from the bar's endless supply of liquor, wines, and imaginary barrels filled with moonshine.