Bellini's Italian Restaurant is in the heart of Historic Downtown Lexington and was established in 2003 by long time friends Giancarlo Marletta and ... More
Bellini's Italian Restaurant is in the heart of Historic Downtown Lexington and was established in 2003 by long time friends Giancarlo Marletta and Nader Iweimrin. Formely Skuller's Jewelry Store, the Bellini's building was built in 1869 and boasts the area's only Italianette style architecture designed by Cincinattus Shryrock. Bellini's offers a combination of classis and contemporary Italian food and beverage paired with warm, professional service in your choice of settings. Locals flock to Bellini's for Chef Jeremy Simpsons local and organic seasonal offerings. Bellini's is committed to supporting the region's sustainable farms.
What a lousy meal and evening. Due to the fact that our server (along with most others AND management) were too busy yucking it up with each other at the bar, I had to get up myself to fetch the $100 bottle of wine I ordered (which was way overpriced of course). My entre', which was served over an hour after it was ordered, was cold and so small we actually laughed out loud upon receiving it.
I would rather eat ANYWHERE in Lexington but Bellini's from now on. Anyone who disagrees with this review must be a manager or owner trying to cover their own incompetence. If you've been to Bellini's lately, you know EXACTLY what I mean.
I have never had such a poor experience. The wait staff and any management can be found drinking at the bar at all hours. Beyond unprofessional. The food had substitutions from the menu description. This spot is so past its prime and should shut the doors. Lexington deserves better quality and service. What a downtown waste of space. So, so gaudy. Don't waste your time, a huge disappointment.
Bellini’s was a huge disappointment for a special evening. We had the Bruschetta al Formaggio Forte and it was pretty good and I would recommend it. Our server was also good. Now the rest of the story; The salads we ordered (Insalata di Formaggio) would have been good if they would have remembered to wash off the dirt, cut the long stems off and at least taken out the rioting dead smelling leaves from the fresh ones. For the main course I had the rabbit (Conglio Gnocchi) and she had the organic chicken (Piccata). I let her taste my dish and in her words “it’s HORRIBLE”. Which was true when I first tasted it, I forgot I ordered the rabbit, and thought that I had just received rotten chicken. But at least the wine was ok, over priced but ok. Dropped $135 and left with an empty and hungry stomach.
Excellent dining experience. Great ambiance for the couple/dating scene. Good Martini bar..fun. The GM Anna is one hot momma, but the owner is a dweeb............uh whats his name?? G....I,,,,A, oh nevermind.
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