Although George, our waiter was wonderful and attentive, as was the bus boy(whose name I do not know) I walked out feeling very ill. They serve GF pasta put I found a small piece of spaghetti in it and it I was supposed to have penne. I would not feel comfortable eating here if I had celiac. I’m only GF but still not feeling well at all.
Staff was helpful and pizza was average.
This is not a Celiac friendly restaurant.
Worst customer service experience I have ever had in my life. Let me preface this by saying I have dined here since before I went g-free, since 2008, and I loved it. On Saturday, while dining there with my boyfriend, our waitress refused to wait on us after we didn't order drinks (we were going out for margaritas after and didn't want wine). She literally did not return to our table for the entire meal. When she finally returned with our check...she asked me when "I was due." I am clearly not pregnant, I wear a size 4 and I had a tight dress on; she was just being rude. When I replied that I was not, she laughed and said "Oh it's been a long weekend." Not only was the service terrible, but I was outright fat-shamed by a waitress who was 100% unapologetic about it. I will never be back.
Fabulous gf pepperoni pizza. Thin crust, but thicker than your typical gf thin crust pizza.... Not floppy! Would definitely recommend. Cooked on a separate pan and clean utensils used.
We were wandering through Little Italy having been on the bus at lunch time to get to NYC. Da Gennaro looked good to our discriminating son (age 21 and quite a good cook in his own right), so we were seated at a table. They had 2 risotto dishes, gluten free penne to substitute for other pasta, and meat and fish dishes that were naturally gluten free. I had the g-f penne with spinach and walnuts in what was supposed to be a gorgonzola cream sauce. If it had gorgonzola, I didn't taste it! The cream sauce was quite good, but would have been better with the gorgonzola.