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Have it ALL! Wedding events or large corporate receptions are welcome to utilize the Arcodoro Main Dining Room and our private rooms for seated lunches and dinners for up to 120 and buffets for up to 200. We welcome the chance to work with you for your next celebration.View Private Dining Details
One of the best Italian food - ! Great, exceptional service!
The best Italian place in Houston
Awesome service and food. They will even let your kids prepare their own pizza. Authentic italian food due to ingredients.
Great service and presentation of the specials.
A most requested venue for my brother when visiting from out of state. Food delicious and service spot on and friendly . A bit pricey as was the Branzino more so, which my brother loves. Decor is well done and the restaurant atmosphere comfortable . Every one enjoyed the food and wine, albeit a bit on the high side for the wine. Will most likely be there for his next visit
OMG that ravioli!
This is the one italian restaurant in the area we had never tried before. So my wife and our 2 kids (6 and 3 years old) had a reservation at the restaurant for 6PM on a Saturday night. We arrived on time. The restaurant did not have a single person in it at that time. The host began to seat us at a table in the lobby of the restaurant, no in the main dining room. Since it was a cold day in Houston, and the table offered us would picking up a draft whenever the front door was opened I immediately asked if we could be seated in the main dining room. However, the host said they do not allow children in the main dining room (even though there was no one in it). He said not to worry "everything will be fine" at the table he had offered us. I have never been to a restaurant that discriminates against kids like this. We left Arcodoro and instead went to Amalfi Ristorante a few blocks down the street on Westheimer and had a great dinner - fantastic food, atmosphere, and service. Would NOT recommend Arcodoro to anyone. With service like theirs, I can see why they were empty on a Saturday night !!!
The staff is very friendly and knowledgable; the restaurant has been around a long time and the service is professional, comfortable, and well done. The food is Sardinian Italian, and it is well done. They are also very flexible in accommodating special requests and special diets. I would go back again.
I am have eaten in this restaurant 11 years ago, it still offer the best quality food and kept the wonderful atmosphere.
The most authentic Italian restaurant in Texas
This is one of my go-to spots for dining - whether with family, friends or for business. This visit was a business lunch. In addition to the consistently excellent food and superior service, I was actually able to hear and be heard without the need to shout across the table to my dining companion - an oasis of calm in a sea of noise!
Great Italian wines!! Food is always good. A wonderful neighborhood restaurant that is sometimes forgotten. Will definitely return!!
As always, wonderful service from knowledgeable staff with excellent food and unique wines. I always pick 1 of the specials and love it!
Wonderful first experience !
The Tuna lunch special was "special"! Impeccable service and exceptional breads, too.
Fairly poor service. Had to ask for refill on bread 2x. Had to ask for water refill 2x. Waiter kept us waiting to take order for 20 minutes!!! Very understaffed considering the large table of conventioneers nearby and the additional room filled with diners.
One of the best in Houston and all of Texas, this is an authentic Italian restaurant with perfect service - down to the Italian-speaking wait staff! Perfecto!
This single diner enjoyed a great Friday evening meal in this beautiful but nearly empty restaurant featuring fare from Sardinia. It is hard to know why there were so few patrons, but one factor might have been the 3rd game of the 2017 World Series being played in Houston that evening. I started with the house Sardinian soup. It was complex in flavor - with oysters, a fairly clear broth and fregola pasta. I enjoyed the pasta special, which was lobster in a spicy "al diavolo" red sauce on fettuccine (pictured). Again a wonderful balance of flavors and a reasonable portion size. I ended the meal with assorted biscotti served with "vin santo" for dipping. The waiter, owner and even one of the other patrons all were speaking Italian. The extensive wine list features a variety of Italian, Sardinian and Sicilian wines. A special treat was the fantastic live music by a bass/saxophone jazz duo. While the young sax player was somewhat distracted by the world series game on a silent television behind the bar, he still was very good. The bass player was the more seasoned professional. She was a real virtuoso and provided several wonderful solos. It's a shame there were not more people present to enjoy their music.
Love this place...Service is always first class and the food is wonderful. They have a nice wine selection as well.
Wait staff was great and food was very good. House wine could have been better.