I was shocked, no kids menu, every place in the area has some type of offerings for kids, unless its strickly an adult restaurant, not to mention, kinda olive garden like, over priced, wasnt worth bragging about!! sorry, way to many competitors these days to be a over pricey pizza place passing it for higher class
Management is not there for the customer ... During a $450 dinner, a server spill resulted in $25 worth of damage. It took 10 weeks and 6 phone calls to get the check. The manager was increasingly rude with each call and eventually told me they were going to make the server pay for the damages. I'll take my business elsewhere, thank you.
A little over priced! You are better off going for lunch when it is much cheaper-- but portion size is small. I usually spend $10 for lunch and still leave hungry. Sitting outside in the summer or spring-- well it smells bad-- like sewage!!!! and it is right on the street-- intersection! cars and everyone is looking at you!
This place is the prime example of classic Italien. The food is delicious meanwhile the restaurant itself is well-run. Even the bussers are extremely helpful and kind as Mangia's Restaurant is the place to be.
Dinner at Mangias is an exceptionally good. Service is friendly and expert. Atmosphere is upscale but with an old world charm. Great martinis at the bar. This chef knows how to prepare Italian/Continental food with flair. Try it you'll like it. We know we'll be back again.
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