Need to work on the service. I know it was a busy night but we ate most of our meal without silverware and couldn't track the guy down.
First time in since remodel. It was sooo good. Great wine list. Everyone was so nice. Service was excellent
Meh...Went for brunch because we were stuck at Atlantic Station for a couple hours. Menu was extremely limited. I was brought luke-warm coffee. Food was OK. Service was OK . I certainly wouldn’t make any effort to return.
The crab meat bruschetta was a nice take on traditional. It wasn’t phenomenal, but was refreshing nonetheless. The margherita pizza was great— fresh, authentic, and flavorful.
Exceptional food. Absolutely loved the homemade pasta dishes. Reminded us of restaurants in Rome. Straightforward, top quality ingredients. Simple but elegant preparation. Pasta cooked to perfection. We’ll be back!
Our server, Dan, was awesome. However, the restaurant did not have adequate serves staffed so Dan became overwhelmed quickly. The place was freezing inside with temps in the 20s. We ate with our coats on. The food was decent but my pasta was dry as a bone and the veg lasagna was all eggplant instead of squash and zucchini. Would go back because of Dan's great service in spite of management giving him too many tables to wait on, but won't go back because of the food, ambiance and lack of comfortability.
Great food and service. I highly recommend the rigatoni! The pasta is homemade and delicious!
Christmas brunch was very good and our server Dan was very pleasant and funny. He crafted a personalized drink fit for the occasion.
We had Christmas Eve reservations and were hoping for a lovely dinner. We were very disappointed! The atmosphere was cold and the hostess, who doubled as our server, seemed very disinterested in us and never asked my husband for his drink order. The menu was extremely limited, (we later learned that we were given the lunch menu!) and they do not have a children's menu. They would accommodate the children with a pasta dish at $12.95. We had two drinks and ended up leaving for a restaurant with a more extensive menu.
We weren't impressed by Allora. The roasted artichoke was tough and chewy - hard to swallow. The chicken plate wasn't bad but wasn't amazing either. It claimed to have lemon and rosemary jus but I couldn't detect any. My date's fish plate was similarly good-but-nothing-special and not terrifically flavorful. Neither plate was worth the price paid.
It was a Christmas date for an ASO show so we were both disappointed. Fortunately, the Symphony was wonderful. We'll return to the ASO but not to Allora. Overpriced & under-flavored.