The food and experience was wonderful. The bread was extremely fresh as was the house-made fettuccine! Will definitely be back in the future.
the food was very good but our server didn't pay a lot of attention to us and we told him we needed to be at a show in 1-1/2 hours
Service outstanding. Food was delicious. Generous but not overwhelming portions. Can’t say enough good things about the restaurant.
Our food was delicious, our waitress was friendly, helpful (menu choices) and attentive. It wasn't very busy for a Saturday night - and we can't figure out why. Everything was really great. We'll be back for sure.
We had dinner here prior to going to a concert downtown. It was our first time to return since the dining room had been renovated. Really like the updated look. Franchesca, our server, took lovely care of us and we had a delightful evening. I definitely recommend Café Mezzanotte. We will return.
Great upgrades throughout the restaurant. Excellent service. Food is very good! Ambiance improved.
Café Mezzanotte is less than a block away from the Hotel DuPont so it's a convenient place to eat prior to a performance in the Gold Ballroom. Since we travel from out of town for the performances we are not regular diners at the restaurant, so imagine our surprise when our waiter remembered us from a previous visit. He was so cordial, and the food was so delicious, that we are already looking forward to the next concert.
Best kept secret in Delaware. Sergio is as authentic as an Italian chef can be. I have been dining there for over 10 years and have never been disappointed. My son loves the place so much he wanted to have his 21st birthday dinner there.
Food is always great, service is even better. Franchesca was excellent, attentive and courteous. Will definite go back again.
Tremendous meal with exceptional service at the bar and in the dining room.
Great place downtown. Nice interior and food was quite good. Really good antipasti and desserts
The staff was very accommodating of my family and our potentially weird requests. The food was delicious. I'm glad we went.
Our first time here. Restaurant week was a perfect opportunity to give it a try. Good in many respects but not outstanding enough to bring us into the city after hours. Our server was superb and knowledgeable, as well as pleasant. Could use some updated decor inside.i
We went for restaurant week. We were able, and did, choose off the price fixe menu as well as the regular menu. Everyone was happy with their food. Swordfish prepared to perfection, best we've had in a long time. Two separate menu items (mixed grilled fish and grilled swordfish) actually came out identically. Not sure what that was about. We arrived at 6 pm, the place was not crowded but it was 86 on the tiramisu. Disappointing. We had one new waitress "shadowing" a more veteran waitress, and there was some confusion about the food options, wine orders, etc. I had to ask for a glass of wine 3 times before I got it... with dessert. Some glitches to work out. But, we'd come back.
We booked Cafe Mezzenote because we had theatre tickets to the The Grand Playhouse. It's only two blocks and an easy, refreshing after dinner walk to the venue. First, my wife loves a craft cocktail which few bartenders know how to make (Blood and Sand) but at Mezzenote not only did Chris know how to make it, quite honestly, it was the best version we every tasted. We spoke to him after dinner and he gave us his secret (this alone makes us want to go back and eat at the bar just to express our appreciation). Our starters were fantastic and main courses were great. I wanted a little more garlic and added some shrimp with no problem. The Eggplant Parm, my wife's favorite was spectacular. We had time for dessert because they were very conscious of our show time. Plenty of time to enjoy a cappuccino, dessert and a grappa. This is our main stop when we are in Wilmington and want great Italian cuisine.