L'Opera Ristorante... you can sit back & relax knowing that everything will run like clockwork in our Wine Cellar, La Scala & Aldo Luongo Dining Room thanks to our creative approach & attention to detail. Chef Walter Cotta is ready to prepare a menu to delight all of your guests.View Private Dining Details
Good food and nice service. I would go back.
Great time and food dessert was wonderful and server was very good nice and fun
Wonderful vegetarian options and accommodate diet restrictions - overall best dining experience
We had Alex (with long hair) as our waiter, on Valentine's Day. He took care of business, to say the least. The wine he recommened paired very well with our Ravioli (braised beef). He took the time to get to know us, but never neglected his other tables. He introduced the head cook to us, who deserved our "thank yous". The Raviolis were light, as a fresh Ravioli should be, and the Bruschetta was tastefully balanced.
Perfect as always! This place is always our go to spot for any occasion
Sat in the wine cellar for Valentine’s Day. Not as nice as upstairs dining room. Main course took a really long time getting to us. It was pretty good food once it arrived though. Our server was apologetic and tried hard.
We had a wonderful Valentine's Day meal at this beautiful restaurant. From walking in to find the ceiling covered in Valentine balloons to being serenaded by the virtuoso, the night was very romantic and enjoyable. I had the Stracceti Manzo and my beautiful girl friend choose the Pollo Parmigiano. Both were cooked to perfection and the Dell' Opera and Tritata salads were nice lead-ins while Tiramisu was an excellent way to end this special evening.
Dining here is always enjoyable. The fact that they are able to pull it off on the busiest restaurant night of the year is nothing less than passion for excellent food and exceptional service.
Great time for Valentine's date lunch. The bill was about $350 with tip for two appetizers, 2 main courses, 3 glasses of red wine, 1 desert shared, 1 cognac (1738), and 2 expressos so for some this could be pricey. The low was we ordered medium New York strips that were not the best cut of meat and were not cooked to the standards of this scale of restaurant. Everything else was great. Hope this is helpful 🤓.
Great place to meet for lunch. Food is awesome. Service is great. Parking is easy.
My wife requests her birthday dinner to be at L’Opera every year. They never disappoint. The food was exceptional and the service was fantastic. We love coming here.
The service and food was awesome and tasty! I had the Favorito, well seasoned!
The food here is solid, but very old fashioned. The menu and cooking seem stuck in the 80"s. Grandma may like it, but it's pretty dull and uninspired.
I cannot say enough wonderful things about this incredible place! MUST GO!!!
We've been to L'Opera many times and it is a solid "special occasion" place. Three of our four entrees were delicious (short rib ravioli, filet mignon, and chicken lasagna). One person had the New York Strip and it was overcooked. I'm sure the chef would have redone it but he didn't send it back. I thought the appetizers (fried calamari and steak tartare) were both just OK. I used to really love their fried calamari but it was not as good as I recall.
The server must have had too many tables, as she did not check on us much at all. I wanted to get more lemon wedges and marinara with the calamari, as I'm sure that would have improved it, but she never stopped by and asked how they were and I couldn't even catch her eye across the dining room. When she did stop by, she was pleasant and helpful, but service at a restaurant of this caliber should be attentive and it wasn't.
They did comp our desserts and corkage, which was very nice and not expected. Overall, we had a nice but not awesome experience. I'd go back again, but probably because I know they can do better from past experience.
Wonderful meal and service. Opera singer a nice bonus