After living in Casper for a little over a year, my husband and I went to Bosco's a month or so ago. It had been recommended to him by co-workers and he was really excited to take me there. Unfortunately, the food was not worth the excitement. I had Veal Marsala that came in a brown sauce. That is the first time I've seen that! I love Marsala suce and this tasted like packaged brown gravy with mushrooms in it. The red sauce was comparable to Ragu, the Tiramisu was disappointing, and the smallest portions I've ever been served. It was also not listed on the desert menu. The bottle of wine we had was a descent for the price. The service was really good but, overall, I was tremendously disappointed. What kind of Italian eatery does not offer a Caesar salad/
went here for valentines with my boyfriend, i was not very impressed at all. its WAY expensive here for average food and tiny portions for the price. i dunno it was like almost 20 dollars for the veal marsala and it was a tiny peice covered in capers. thats all you could taste infact were the pickled capers. you get a little bowl of spagehetti with your dinner, with pretty plain that tastes like the cheap canned kind or prego or any store bought. if you want to spend alot of money on italian i highy recommend bottichellis (probably spelled that wrong but sound it out) downtown across from the fox movie theatre over boscos.
I am planning to relocate to Caper and was there for a job interview. Because it was the only real Italian restaurant in town, and had good reviews, I decided to eat at Bosco's. That will be my last time also. The food was fair. I think I had the chicken marsala. (That's how memorable it was) It was just OK. Not hot and somewhat bland. I've tasted better in prepackaged meals. The salad was typical and nothing to write home about. I also judge Italian restaurants by the bread. Forget it - it was store bought roles with some garlic on them. All in all I felt the prices were too high for what I got, both in quality and quantity. I would hardly recommend Bosco's to anyone. Hopefully an Olive Garden will be there soon (I know, Olive Garden, but at least the quality is standardized as are the portions and one can expect an acceptable product). Better would be a dedicated Italian restaurant run by Italians who cook traditional but I don't know what the market for that would be.
as a former employee...
the portions are small
nothing is homemade besides the chicken noodle soup.
the staff is unreliable and the owner is a hibutial liar. most portions are inconsistant becuase of the random people she has in the kitchen and she keeps raising her prices about once every 3 months. dont get me started on the salad area because theres so much CRAP back there, there isnt any room to move let alone keep clean
My favorite Casper eatery, Fettuccini Alfredo you pick the items to go in it, but if you are wise ask for Denise's special (low calorie version) and tell them to have the cook make it as a surprise and you will not be sorry. The scallops and pasta are special also. Never had a bad meal and the staff are friendly and atmosphere great.
I've been in Casper, WY for just a bit over a month, and Bosco's has quickly become my favorite place to go out to eat. Excellent food, surely the best Italian cuisine I've had outside of NY state. Kudos to the owners/staff for a comfortable friendly atmosphere, if I'm entertaining family or friends, and I get to choose the location, then Bosco's would be my choice.