We can always depend on Liberatore's for a great meal. I took advantage of the Harford Restaurant Week menu, and my husband ordered his favorite -- Veal Liberatore. The crab dip was rich and creamy, my filet was cooked as I like (so many restaurants overcook medium rare) over a bed of risotto, and the lemon sorbet was generously portioned, but light enough that I didn't feel uncomfortably full.
Being a Friday night, the restaurant was full and very noisy. The next time I'll request an upstairs table so we can have a conversation without raising our voices.
The restaurant was Great! Very friendly staff! We felt a bit rushed with our waiter, but we knew going in how much time we wanted to spend there so we controlled the ordering and how long we sat. I was looking forward to trying their tiramisu but they did not have any left. Will definitely be going back.
We have lived in the area for 2.5 years and finally find a good Italian restaurant. Liberatores will become our go to restaurant for Italian.
A real Italian restaurant. Excellent and excellent staff and management.
Exceptional as always! Our waiter left us alone - FANTASTIC! Nothing worse then a waiter who constantly interrupts with "is everything all right". If it wasn't we would let them know.
Only down size would be the booths. They are too narrow for the average person to slide in and be comfortable. We saw an elderly lady, who was disabled struggling to fit into the booth. (The new restaurant Bamboo Gardens has great booths. They are sofas that can be moved forward or backward - check it out)
Other than that you have a loyal customer here. : )
Our waitress Liz is remarkable. She was there when anything was needed. Very friendly and a great personality. Thank you.
Great food and service! Wonderful Christmas Eve meal with family.
Very disappointed with the overall service. Took over an hour to receive the food. Also took close to 40 min to receive the drinks that were ordered upon being seated. Out drink Order was placed 4 times before we received them. The food was good, but the unacceptable waits and service overshadowed the food.
Our waiter Tim was great. Very friendly without being fake, just the right amount of table side banter. The food was good, not great. Service was excellent.
This was our second dining experience in recent years. We had hoped it would be better than the first, but it's just not so. I do not understand the Stellar ratings that this restaurant in Bel Air gets for its food when the food is just mediocre. I ordered lasagna. That should be easy enough for an Italian restaurant, right? But it tasted as if it were two days old, and the presentation was not at all appetizing. The following day, I lunched at the Olive Tree in Aberdeen and my friend ordered their lasagna. It was fresh and delicious and it even looked like lasagna, which I could not say or Liiberatore's. So that's it. After letting me down on a dinner for eight family members about 2 years ago, they finally got a second chance. It would be nice if they could serve fresh food as Scotto's used to do.