DiBellas is no longer there!!!. Looks like they went out of business or moved.
A Fabulous Date Restaurant. Service is excellent! (Ringraziarlo molto, Jay and Attila) Food is fabulous and the wine list one of the best in the Downtown area. My wife and I have made this a regular, and often stay over to enjoy the cool music in Jayz... the adjacent Jazz bar. This is one of those restaurants you just can't try once - Ristorante buono!
Loved it. Love this place- very romantic. Great food, the management and staff are very pleasant. Highly reccomend
One of My Favorites!!. My husband and I go here every time we have some time alone and want a romantic evening. The food is absolutely delicious. I am a vegetarian and the chefs will make any dish just the way I want it. My husband is a meat and potatoes man, but is ready to eat here anytime! There is one very good waiter that makes you feel as if you are the only table in the restaurant. The management is also great.
Absolutely horrible!. Both the food and service were horrible! There were 8 of us. 1 meal had to be sent back. 1 meal came after the other meals had been eaten. Never had 1 "Sorry, I'll try to make this right" from the waiter. My pasta dish tasted like it had been left under a heat lamp. They don't have any good beer. They don't split checks. Too bad, because it is in a good location.
Perfect Choice for Dinner before a Show. Convenient & very charming location - easy to eat dinner before a show. On a Thursday night, the restaurant wasn't too busy & everyone seemed to be heading to the show, so they were experienced at being able to get us out the door in time - without seeming rushed. Dinner for 2 (salads, entrees, & Coke) was about $50. The atmosphere is very nice & the food was good. They apparently offer a shuttle service to Memorial Auditorium to save on parking & having to move your car!
Finally an establishment that has it all! Cozy but very attractive, quiet, great service (you won't hear a waiter say "this isn't my table"), reasonable prices, wonderful food . I have been there once and the food was plentiful and well prepared, but when you go back to an establishment and again everything is perfection it shows that it is skill in preparation and service, not just luck! I had given up ordering lobster out because it is so hit or miss as far as quality in preparation, not here. To anyone that loves lobster, you have to try the stuffed lobster, it's wonderful and can easily feed two!
My husband and I have made this our regular stop!
customer. This was my wife and my first trip to Dibella, but definately will not be the last. The food was delicious and the service was outstanding. I recommend Dibella's to anyone wanting to have a good quiet meal in a really nice atmosphere. The price range is somewhat like the Angus Barn. We really enjoyed our experience at Dibella.
Dreaming of DiBella's Mussels. I visited DiBella for the first time last week with my husband and two friends visiting from New York City. We're all serious foodies, and we were blown away by DiBella's offerings. We tried three different pasta dishes -- Sicilian penne, pasta with clam sauce and pasta with vegetables, and all were wonderful. But the mussels appetizer -- an enormous bowl of fresh-tasting mussels in a hearty red sauce with massive amounts of garlic -- blew us away. I can't stop thinking about it. The calamari was great, too. I look forward to returning.
DiBella a taste of Tuscany. We dined at Di Bella last night before hearing Pavarotti. Our waiter, Robert, did a stellar job of keeping us on schedule without appearing to rush. The mushroom appetizer was fabulous. The veal saltimbocca was the best I've ever had. The portions of all dishes were large and beautifully presented. We sampled pork, red snapper, veal, and pasta, all perfectly prepared. Graci,DiBella. We will be back!
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