Pazzo's sadly is now closed and it appears permanently. Not sure why it closed at this location.
I've gone to lunch several times at Pazzo's and I have found the food to be consistently very good, the ambiance quiet and the service excellent. It is a hidden gem in an area with few nice sit-down restaurants.
Wonderful food and service. Will miss this fine restaurant.
Great service and food. Go often for pre- concert dinner.
Good food and ambience. We've been there before and plan to go back.
Convenient and sensitive to Symphony schedule. Very good traditional Italian fare
Amazing experience! It was only my second time there and the food, drinks, atmosphere, and prices were fabulous.
I've been to other Cocopazzo restaurants and enjoyed them, so thought we would give this one a try. We were the only ones in the restaurant, which should have been a clue. My son asked if there was a beer list. The server said, "No, and I don't really remember what beers we have, so your best bet it probably to go to the bar and ask." After we placed our drink order, the server said, "Do you want to order your food since I'm already here?" (as if it would be an inconvenience to return). My blackened tilapia special was okay. The salad with candied walnuts and apples had mostly lettuce. It was like mining for gold on a treasure hunt trying to find the few cranberries, walnuts(which weren't candied) and apples. The orecchiette dish was bland. The waiter corrected my son on the pronunciation of the dish, which was rather humorous, as my son pronounced it correctly. Since one of us was celebrating a birthday, we were given a free tiramisu with a sparkler. It was definitely not one of the better versions of tiramisus we've had. Though it did make things festive. Definitely we will not be going back, unless it is to check out if the bar in the basement is any better.
Celebrating my birthday with friends. This was a great atmosphere and the food was wonderful!
The Chicken Alonso was phenomenal! Will definitely go there again.