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Posted by Nancy B. on 10/30/2012
Dining here with my husband,son and daughter in law the evening was great. The food was very close to meals I have had in Lucca Italy (Tuscany) and my daugher in law her father is from Italy totally agreed. The bruschetta was outstanding and the entrees of eggplant parmigina and Latizas Lasange were big hits. The deserts are also something to stay for. This is a destination anytime we come to Chicago from Ann Arbor Michigan.
Posted by MG in Wicker Park on 07/24/2011
We gave Enoteca Roma one last chance last night. After 3 poor service related experiences in a row, we’re done. I loved this place when it first opened but lately, the service has been so poor that I can’t really justify going here again. There are too many fabulous places in Chicago to eat at a place that so clearly does not care about the customer. One of my friends was to pick up her boyfriend from Midway and she had to leave by 9:30 PM. We thought we had plenty of time since we sat down at 7:30 PM. Nobody came to order even drinks for a bit. At 8:15 we finally had drinks and had ordered our dinner. At 9:10 PM (yes, we were watching the clock at this point), we finally got part of our order. The waitress then informed us that she forgot to order one of our pasta dishes. At this point, since my friend had to leave, we decided not to wait. Then, there was the check. This process took another 25 minutes. During which time, I went to the ladies room, which was trashed. I’m not sure what happened to Enoteca Roma but clearly there has been a major failure of management. Too bad. Our food, what little we got of it, was good. Don’t bother going to Enoteca Roma, try others.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/14/2011
Good Italian food, but far less boring than "traditional" Italian restaurants. Try the polenta or the pear and gorgonzola ravioli. Delicious!
Posted by Mary on 07/18/2009
Great patio, good food! Would recommend