Terrible don't waste your money. Brought my kids in for dinner and was ignored by staff in NO line. They charged me 11.59 for my kids pizza, and the mushroom linguine had more mystery sludge in it than linguine. Very small portion for the 11.99 I was robbed of. Tried ordering a dessert but was told to come back to order it when I leave, why would I wait again to get noticed when no one noticed me the first time? Why? I wanted to order a salad with my dinner, but the guy taking the order wouldn't look at me long enough to find out if we did indeed want something more. As he bolts to the register we order beverages, I a glass of wine, which he quickly forgets (of course doesn't forget to charge me for it). Apparently the girl that came up for a wine refill was too important for him to finish the order he was currently working on. I had to come back up to get my wine after a wait yet again. Why do you have to tip when, you have to sit at a dirty table, go on a hunt for napkins, utensils and condiments? I am very considerate, not picky, very forgiving, tolerant, tip well. I did NOT deserve this! I feel like I just got robbed. Hey William, your a jerk...and I won't ever be back. Actually, I feel sick after eating there.
The D'Amicos bring alta cucina down to earth in affordable salads, sandwiches, pizzas and pastas..
Brothers Richard and Larry D'Amico won raves from food critics around the country with their namesake D'Amico Cucina. But it wasn't until they opened informal deli-cafes that most Twin Citians learned what the fuss was about. Everything is fresh, colorful and generously seasoned with herbs and garlic. Smoky hints hide in the roasted turkey sandwich and the grilled vegetables with couscous. The restaurant bakes its own focaccia and crusty breads and pastries.
Expensive. Lunch entrees for $10++, sandwhiches for $7-$9 -- pricey. The salads also look old often.
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