Intimate Fine Italian Dining in Highlands Since 1984. Specializing in The Area's Freshest Seafood, Homemade Pastas, Chops, Veal & Steaks. One of the ... More
Intimate Fine Italian Dining in Highlands Since 1984. Specializing in The Area's Freshest Seafood, Homemade Pastas, Chops, Veal & Steaks. One of the South's Deepest Wine Cellars with 1,500 Selections, Robust Cocktails & Two-Dozen wines by-the-glass offered daily. Reservations are Suggested.
Mixed Reactions on Food and Wine, TOO Pricey for the selection.
Their Es cargo appetizer is a must have, I wasn't impressed in the Lobster Ravioli, its terrible.They only sell wine by the bottle and half bottles, a obvious sales gimmick, all of which are overpriced. Wasn't happy about that either. All in all, if money is not a worry to you its a fine place to go.
They cater to the dollar here, If your not spending money, your in-you order, you eat and the bills on the table before your done. They want you out so they can get someone else. If you have lots of $$ to spend they kiss your butt till its rosy red and your treated like a king.
Never preferred that type of pretentious service, but others do.
I have eaten at Paoletti's a few times and had been a big fan despite the expensive price tag, but recently I had a poor trip that made me feel otherwise.
I went the weekend after Valentine's Day to share a romantic meal. But I ended up waiting 20 minutes past my reservation to be seated, was seated at a card table set up in the corner of the restaurant by a drafty door, not waited on by our waitress for 10 minutes after finally being seated, our waitress forgot to bring us a glass of wine we ordered, it so was crowded that our neighbors were within elbow rubbing proximity, and despite the good food the $120 price tag for two meal and two glasses of wine was NOT worth it.
It will take a lot for Paoletti's to make up for this poor dinning experience.
I have spent several years trying to find Italian food better than Ristorante Paoletti's, and I'm still searching. Food is excellent, wine has been stored perfectly and vintages that are available are priced accordingly. As there are many wonderful places to dine in Highlands one better than the next this is surly a don't miss. Call early and eat late for the best experience. (Wine is in my blood & theirs too)
Formerly Kelsey and Hutchinson Lodge, the Lodge at Old Edwards Inn offers 29 guestrooms and suites in charming cottages situated
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In July, 2004, the Old Edwards Inn and Spa, a historic property on the corner of Main and Fourth streets
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