My daughter for her birthday requested eating here. My husband and I drove over Thursday night to try & leave reservations. We were told they do not accept reservations, but they do call aheads. Sat night we called at 5:15 and were told that round 6 they should have a table for us. We had 5 children 1- 8 yr , 3-6 yrs & a 4 year old. My brother, sister, sister-in-law, my mother,and my 2 daughters. We were all very excited about this dinner. My mother is 80 & just released from skilled nursing with her walker, and they told us at 6 that it would be another 30 minutes. On thursday, they had told us they would take care of us. My daughters & 4 kids came from No. Platte. I asked 2x for a place for us to sit. They were not accomadating at all. The hostess apologized, & said they planned on using 2 6 chair tables. One was clear and the
other had people still eating, drinking & chatting. The disturbing fact is there were 4 other tables empty and they would NOT put them together for us. My brother & his wife left thinking they could seat us then, NO.
You will just have to wait. There were no others on the call ahead list.
My brother and I were both under the opinion, they did not care. I have wanted to go there before since we live in Elkhorn, but I would not give this place one penny. I do not know if it was the kids, but the Olive Garden, Grisanti's and the like are NEVER RUDE & love their customers. DO you want to take a chance on being treated this way?
My wife and I had dinner at Bella Vita on a Saturday. We will eat there again. The food was great, service good, ambiance relaxed, presentation lovely, and portions generous. Dinner for 2 (entree + desert + a glass of wine each + tip) was ~$70. My wife was very pleased with the balsamic vinaigrette salad dressing and with the salmon on a bed of risotto and cherry tomatoes, and I loved the chicken Sicilian. The chocolate cobbler was very good and very rich, but lacked the creamy subtlety of the excellent Amaretto biscotti desert.
I'd recommend the pear salad (bed of greens, slices of fresh pears, walnuts with a little cinnamon I believe, and crumbled Gorgonzola) for lunch.
Outstanding. Great ambience. Superb service and a wonderful warm environment. We have now been three times and each time has been great. Great wine prices for eating out. I'm awfully picky about my italian food, and this is among the best around.
We went there about 3 weeks ago and were very impressed. The salad with a balsamic vinegarette was very tasty. Our young daughters loved their entrees; one had fried ravioli and the other, an alfredo pasta. I had the homemade ravioli which were delectable. The pasta was good and the cheese inside, smooth and creamy. We also had a very good red wine. The food is excellent and the ambiance wonderful. We will definitely frequent this restaurant!
Wow. We read about this in the OMWH and it got such rave reviews. I am still wondering why?
The italian meatloaf was seriously lacking and the side of tri color macaroni with butter? So what. Nice place, nice service, ho hum food and short menu. Not for me thanks.
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