Have been here numerous times over the last 20 years....HOWEVER, this time was unbelievable...maybe because we used a groupon this time? Waiter was rude, we felt EXTREMELY RUSHED, and when we commented to mgmt., on our way out (after spending almost $200.00) we were actually told "Don't come back again". Trust me...we won't. It is certainly NOT WHAT IT USED TO BE! NO CLASS!
Décor like stepping back in time. Food is great-old style Italian. Service was very bad this visit. I had to ask for bread four times.
We've been to Guido's twice in the last 6 months. We enjoy the "old-fashioned" classic feel of this Italian restaurant. The staff is attentive and the food delicious.
We often go here for New Year's Eve since they always have a DJ and dancing. This year they didn't give out party hats :-( but we still had a good time. Chicken and salmon were yummy, and the lemon cake is always great. Bread was tough, though. Service was good.
I loved finding this old school Italian place and thought it would be great for NYE. We had a great table and brought our own champagne($20 cork fee) however the service was terrible. It seems like it is a place where if you're a regular you are shown the red carpet but if you're new they could care less about you. Never came back to check on our meals, repour our champagne and water, and didn't come to ask for dessert or coffee. I ended up having to flag down a guy in order to get my check when there wasn't anyone else there besides a few tables. I would love to have an old school Italian place close by to frequent, however with the service provided I don't know if I'll come back.
16 Penn State fans in for the Rose Bowl spent NYE at Guido's and loved it! Good old fashioned Italian food and fun. Everyone, including the USC guests treated us wonderfully! Dancing, drinks and delicious food pleased our entire party from 13 to 60 years old!!!
Went there for New Year's Eve and and sat outside where it was a bit cold. The waiter appeared not happy to serve us and would leave and not come back for a while. The lasagna was amazing but my wife's fish was dry and my son's linguini scampi was ok. Will not be going back.
Food was good. we were surprised that they raised the prices for New Year`s Eve, the entrees were the same as the regular menu, nothing special. There was no entertainment when we were there.
Early New Year's Eve dinner. The place was packed. Great time.
We took out-of-town family to Guido's. Overall, it was an enjoyable enough. It was very old school Italian. Food was good. Wait staff were warm and accommodating. The one big bad error was this: My vegetarian husband loves pasta y fagioli - basically a bean and noodle soup - which he ordered. He took one taste and immediately knew something was wrong. Sure enough, it had bacon in it! The menu's description of the soup said nothing about bacon. Los Angeles is full of vegetarians. How can they NOT disclose on the menu that there's bacon in an otherwise vegetable soup. Very disappointing. Besides that, it was a pleasant enough experience. But Los Angeles is full of great Italian restaurants. There was really nothing here that made it stand out or rise above any of the other choices. And the "bacon incident" was very off-putting.