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About Giorgio's Ristorante & Meze Bar - Milford, NH
Plunge into the surreal atmosphere of earthy colored Greek murals, blown glass, running water and comfortable seating. Bathe in the hospitality of our passionate and youthful service team capturing the essence of Hellenic welcoming, kindness, and generosity. Enjoy The Journey Of Hospitality
Milford, NH 03055
Mediterranean, Greek, Italian
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 4:00pm
Monday - Wednesday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Thursday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm
Sunday: 12:00pm - 9:00pm
Across from Ponemah Hill Rd.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Giorgio's Ristorante & Meze Bar - Milford, NH Ratings and Reviews
We eat at Giorgios when we are in Milford visiting a relative. We like the food and atmosphere. Once again I had requested a booth in my reservation but the hostess tried to sit us in the bar, then a table. We asked her about the many open booths, but she said that they were reserved. I told her about our request for a booth in our reservation and she complied (gave us a booth). This happens each time we go there.... Why???? If you want a booth, put the request in the reservation and tell the hostess when you get there. Otherwise....
My wife and I enjoyed our recent dining experience at Giorgio's in Milford with my brother and his wife. The martinis were perfectly prepared, and we shared the tasty hummus appetizer. I had Mama's lasagna with one meatball and one sausage that was delicious. My wife really enjoyed her el Greco salmon salad and my brother and sister-in-law loved the squash ravioli. Although we were too full to order dessert, my wife was surprised by a birthday sampler that consisted of tiramisu, creme brulet and cannoli that we all enjoyed. We have dined at Giorgio's many times previously and will continue to do so in the future.
Dinner was so disappointing. I ordered the 30+ steak and it was more fat than meat. My friend got the sirloin tips and she was disappointed - the side was like frozen veggies. Gorgio's used to be a must go - We don't need to go back anytime soon, too many other places that serve a much better meal and value.
We have been there several times (when we visit family in the area) and find it a good place to go. However, this time the hostess tried to seat us in the bar rather than the restaurant. We asked for the restaurant side and she put us in a table in the middle of the floor. Most booths were empty as we were there for an early dinner (and had reservations). We then asked for a booth and got a 1/2 booth (chairs on one side and cushion seat on the other). Made no sense. Except for this problem, we had a good time and the food was good. We will go back and next time ask for a booth in our reservations.
Roadhouse looking, decent menu. Bread and nice spread the highlight of the meal. Veal piccata was pharmacist style, with everything including the kitchen sink thrown in: capers, artichoke hearts and drowning in olive oil. Veal was tender, home-made linguini not bad. Seghesio Zinfandel a reliable wine at a decent price. Service was pleasant. In what seems a culinary desert, one could do worse. Doubt if anyone comes to this area for good food.If so, they had better look beyond what we did.
We had dinner on a Friday night with 3 others. Waiter was great! Very friendly and attentive. The food is consistently good, although the portions are a bit large for me. Always have leftovers to take home. I had the pasta with meatballs and sausage, along with a small salad. Enjoyed both. The cosmo was delish. Prices are reasonable and I will continue to frequent this restaurant.
Very accommodating staff. I always ask for Scallops on my Alfredo and its not on the menu, but they always ask the Chef and they always say yes. My dad forgot his reading glasses and they found some for him so he could read the menu. The Alfredo was a bit dry this last time but its usually not. Was a bit disappointed about that and my calamari was over cooked as well. Other than that all was good.
We went to Giorgios for a mothers day dinner It was Friday evening before Mother's day. My son wanted to take his mother "somewhere nice" seeing we have a young Grandchild we stayed close to home. Mistake! The waiter was for not enthusiastic at all. Took too long for drinks when they finally came we order our meals right then. Fearing the waiter would disappear again. The meals came out in a fair amount of time But 2 of the 4 meals were way overcooked. but because we had a baby we just didn't return them fearing the wait would just be too long.
Over all it was a disappointing experiance.
Our server, Linda, was amazing! Our grandson , who has several food allergies, was with us. We had called the restaurant prior to our visit and were assured that they could accommodate us. Linda was very attentive and upbeat and made us feel comfortable with our grandson's food choices. She worked with the chef and served a most delectable meal which made for a fantastic evening for all of us. We'll be back Giorgio's, thank you!
We made reservations for Easter. It was advertised that the buffet was from 10-2, so we made reservations for 2:00 as we wanted the regular menu. When we arrived we were told that the regular menu was not available until 4:30. Being that it was Easter we really couldn't really go somewhere else. We were disappointed but stayed and ate, it was fine but not what we wanted.
Went there for the Easter Brunch buffet, it is a nice place but the food was very much 'Meh'.
Not really tasty, rather dry, tasteless and we had to wait 30 min to get our 5 soft drinks and 1 bloody mary that tasted like watered down tomato juice.
We usually go there during evening time to have a martini, will probably never go back for brunch/lunch though.
We love going to Georgio's but the Restaurant Week menu was outstanding. The chicken and fig dish was amazing, paired with the asparagus salad. Was perfect. My wife had the clams sauce with bacon and cherry tomatoes. She demure to have it with gluten free pasta and we both LOVED it!
And the martinis.... mmm
There were 5 of us for dinner on a Saturday night. We had reservations for 7 PM and were seated promptly although the booth seat combination was very tight for the height of our party. Our server greeted us. The service started very slow. Took a long time to place a drink order and even longer to get the drinks. The appetizers and meals were good. Could have been a little warmer. The service improved as the dining room emptied. Our server was cleaning and setting tables instead of in my opinion taking care of those patrons in his section. I have noticed this a number of times that the servers will make patron's wait while they cash out checks from tables that have already left. We will return but might sit at the bar.
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