The moment you walk through the doors, you will embark on an Italian evening to remember.
The moment you walk through the doors, you will embark on an Italian evening to remember. Il Giardino's chefs prepare generous portions of pasta, veal, seafood, chicken, steak and vegetarian creations to entice the senses. All menu items are made from scratch with only the freshest, highest quality ingredients, with sauces that compliment daily specials. Every generous portion bears the...
On a trip to Florence, Italy in 1983, Il Giardino co-owner Tony Gargiulo spotted a wood-burning stove being used for baking and knew it should be the centerpiece for his new restaurant. That same oven ac the first of its kind in Virginia -- has churned out fresh foccccia and delicious to-order pizza as the cornerstone of the full-service Il Giardino ever since.
We used to go here all the time and always loved it. We hadn't been in a while and decided to go back. It was like a different restaurant. They seem to have squeezed more tables into the room, the place was so loud, and the food and service were both not good. Our waiter decided to give his attention to a larger table, and we had to wave him down to get him. He acted like we were inconveniencing him being there. The food always use to taste fresh and homemade, but not anymore. My pasta dish was burnt in places and lacked flavor. My husbands veal was dry and overdone. We were not happy. I do not mind paying alot for good atmosphere, food and service, but we did not find it here.
Great food! I loved their piano bar. Their menu features veal, chicken, seafood, pasta, steak and a thorough list of appetizers. A great place to go while at the ocean front. The veal saltimbocca is the best in the area. I'll be back!
This restaurant is wonderful! I love the food as well as the pleasant atmosphere! The service is great also. After dinner we like to walk on the beach, making everything just perfect!
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Warm and vibrant spot that oozes with Italian charm.
Can be pricey- but delicious food and great atmosphere. Sunday's they have buy one meal get one free- so that's a must dine night!
No Thank You. How is this restaurant so popular if the food is so terrible you ask? The disgusting food is disguised behind a parade of great service and exciting atmosphere. They must have at least half a dozen microwaves in the kitchen to keep up with the number of hungry distracted diners. For a ten dollar appetizer, the fried mozzarella is a cruel joke. Any chain can make better for 1/2 the...
A piano bar and dance floor are featured at Il Giardino add to the popularity of this Italian Restaurant. The menu includes a variety of fresh sauces, veal, chicken, seafood, pizza and more.
On a trip to Florence, Italy in 1983, Il Giardino co-owner Tony Gargiulo spotted a wood-burning stove being used for baking and knew it should be the centerpiece for his new restaurant. That same oven – the first of its kind in Virginia -- has churned out fresh foccccia and delicious to-order pizza as the cornerstone of the full-service Il Giardino ever since.
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