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Ciao! Welcome to Viggiano's BYOB of Conshohocken! Chef/ Owner Mark Viggiano and wife Lisa Viggiano would like to invite you to experience a little taste of the Viggiano heritage. Mark's parents had ten boys followed by one girl! The concept of Viggiano's BYOB was inspired by memories of sharing food and conversation around the large kitchen table! The Viggiano Family would like to now invite you and your family to experience Viggiano's hospitality and authentic Italian cuisine in a family-style dining atmosphere.
The menu is designed to give you choices, there are 2 sizes for our entrees; piccolo is an individual size portion while grande serves two! The menu is also al a carte so you may compliment your entree with a side of pasta or vegetable. The salads as well as appetizers and desserts are large enough to be shared!
Our family is thrilled to ,once again invite your family to eat, enjoy and celebrate with us!
Conshohocken, PA 19428
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5pm-9:30pm
Friday-Saturday: 5pm- 10:30pm
Sunday: 4pm- 8:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Email us at email@example.com for a copy of our catering menu.
Parking lot across the street entrance accessible from Fayette Street.
Banquet, BYO Liquor, BYO Wine, Fireplace, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access
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Viggiano's Ratings and Reviews
Food was traditional, fresh, well prepared; like Italian comfort food. Liked the fact that it was BYO. We sat in a comfortable room near the fireplace on a snowy night. It was great. Our waitress was very knowledgeable and attentive. Will definitely come back again.
The atmosphere was great and our waitress was phenomenal (she was a niece of the owner). The food was was a mixed bag. the main course that I had penne with proscuitto and spinach was very good but the garlic bread was too buttery, calamari was not crispy and the bruschetta was too buttery and cheesy. Generous helpings..
Expectations dashed with utterly average food anchored by a gummy, cloying red sauce. This place would last a week in South Philadelphia. When the garlic bread is the highlight of the evening you know you are on trouble. Sparsely populated in a DEC Saturday evening as well which is another tell.
Service was great, restaurant interior is a bit dated and a BYOB, so none of that would keep me from returning, we went on a busy saturday night and lots of older repeat customers it seems, ...My issues are with the food.... Very disappointed with most of it. Its all just very average...Starting with the rancid oil that is on the table for dipping with the fresh ( but not heated and not crusty) italian bread . Nothing is majorly wrong with the food...But not necessarily too wonderful either...Canned or jarred ( Not fresh) roasted peppers on a lot of dishes, reheated and pre portioned entrees, and sides... based on what i saw and ate...my assumption is there isn't much here cooked to order, although it's not old, its just seems its all reheated when ordered everything came out room temperature, not hot, and most had been cooked earlier in the day. Even the fresh melted mozzarella on top of a pasta dish was not so melted anymore by the time it got to our table...
Eggplant parm. was not cooked properly, cannelloni was inedible, and lasagna was fair. Truly disappointing food. I relied upon so many good reviews to choose this restaurant as I was in for a special event and had one night to go out. Restaurant had a lot of free tables on a Friday night, which should have been a warning sign. Wish I went somewhere else, and will not be back.
Once again we celebrated our anniversary with our family and Viggiano did not disappoint. I had put in a request weeks ago for the upstairs room which they were ultimately able to honor, although they did not confirm this preference. It was most appreciated. The food is always good and our server worked very hard to meet the needs of the 11 of us. Thank you!!
I love Viggiano's! Such a great, low key find. Their food is all home made and you can't go wrong with whatever you choose. Our favorite appetizers are the mussels in marinara sauce and the oversized meatball. I usually go for the chicken piccata or the penne rigata with prosciutto and spinach. My boyfriend usually gets the rigatoni country-style or seafood fettuccini. They have the best marinara sauce! No complaints whatsoever. Additionally, the entire menu is reasonably priced. We always want to try somewhere new, but the food, atmosphere, and prices here make it hard to not keep going back! 10/10 every time.
Celebrating white coat ceremony before going on clinical rotations. The food was excellent but it seemed like there was only one server for the whole place. She was doing a great job considering it seemed she was covering so many tables, but there was a delay in ordering and getting orders. Food seemed overpriced for what it was but it was all very good and it was a special occasion.
We had eaten at Viggiano's on two other occasions and both were pretty positive experiences. Not this time. Let me start by saying it's never one thing - short of a horrible meal - which results in a negative dining experience, but rather a lot of little - or not so little - things.
We were seated at a table for two which had the fireplace mantle jutting into the area of the one seat. We had to move the table away from it. The restaurant was empty, so I couldn't help but wonder why our seating was in what I would think of as the least desirable location.
We had a $20 OpenTable reward which, per instructions, we presented when our waitress first sat us. I can't help but wonder if this was the cause of our subsequent subpar food and service. Other than the poor seating, our meal started off pretty well with the house salad. But then the waitress never came to clear these dishes and when another waitress brought the entrees, she paused as she saw the salad plates were still there and then asked us to remove them from the table. The salad plates should have been cleared before bringing out our entrees; it is inappropriate to ask patrons to do this.
I had ordered capellini instead of spaghetti with my meal and it was overcooked. Ruined, really. My husband had lasagna which was spicy, as in "fra diablo". There was also little to no ricotta in it. This was not the case the last time he had it there. We ordered a side of zucchini and it was pretty tasteless. I put my empty water glass to the far right of the table, but the waitress did not refill it; finally, I asked.
When we were leaving, I went to get a mint from the counter, but there weren't any. I was told by the hostess they were out. When she asked how our meals were and I told her the capellini was overcooked and the lasagna was unusually spicy, she pretty much blew me off.
We will not be returning.
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