Scoogi�s Italian Restaurant is located in Flourtown, Pennsylvania and specializes in serving classic Italian cuisine. Popular with the locals, the restaurant features casual, family friendly dining and a full service bar.
Scoogi�s Italian Restaurant serves lunch and dinner daily and offers a vast variety of starters and shareables, soups and minestras, salads, small plates, flatbreads, classic Italian dishes, seafood, meat entr�es, sides, burgers, chicken dishes, sandwiches and wraps and pizza. Specialties featured at Scoogi�s Italian Restaurant include spaghetti and meatballs, rigatoni rosa, fettuccine Bolognese, penne Abruzzo, gnocchi, baked manicotti, veal parmigiana, chicken marsala, mussels with linguini and tour of Italy.
Have dined at Scoogi's many times and have never been disappointed...!
There were so many great choices for lunch. There were 4 of us, and will all had a difficult time choosing because we liked everything. End result, we all ordered something different, and thoroughly enjoyed our choices. I would highly recommend Scoogi's.
We have visited Scoogi's often over the past year but dinner on Good Friday was very bland. The bread was cold (I thought it has been warmed in the past). Crab bisque was not as tasty as it has been in the past. I ordered the Shrimp & Scallops over linguini. The marinara sauce was too tangy and it was sopping! The shrimp & scallops were pretty much swimming. My date's dinner was adequate. I hope this was just a down day and not a preview of things to come.
Service was excellent.
Very nice little Italian restaurant. I've been 3 times for lunch and enjoyed it a lot. It is very nice inside and the food is great! I've been with a small, medium, and very large group and each time they were very accommodating. Overall, a great place to eat!
We went to Scoogi's last week mainly to hear St. Mad band. The band was terrific, but we were also pleased with the food. There is a wide variety of options to please any palate. The food is
prepared well, and the portions will not let anyone leave feeling hungry. The is a nice neighborhood vibe, and it is a very popular eatery.
Wyncote Audubon Society take takes speakers to dinner before their program. It is a suitable location, the food is reliably good, the prices are reasonable, and it's reasonably quiet.
Arrived on time for reservation however was still forced to wait 25 minutes as they accommodated other patrons that did not have reservations. The majority of those patrons did not have reservations but they walked in and placed their names on a list. One couple arrived literally a few seconds ahead of me and my date and placed their name on the waiting list. Despite the fact that we arrived on time for the reservation that we made 6 hours in advance, we were forced to wait 25 minutes and were only seated after the couple that arrived only seconds before us. Service and food quality were both average. However the disregard for priority seating resulted in a date night getting ruined.
There was a bit of a wait, in spite of our reservations. We were seated 20 minutes after our reservation time. However, once we were seated our waitress was nice, knowledgeable and helpful.
Appetizers came right on time and our meal folded in an appropriate time after, the meals were hot and delicious!
I would highly recommend this restaurant!!!
The meal overall was good...the bruschetta was tasty but only came with 4 pieces of toast, so my criticism would be a few more pieces of toast would help. They do give you a bread basket, so we used our Italian bread for the rest. We both got pasta dishes which were good, our server was very friendly, and our kids liked their quesadillas and macaroni & cheese (not Kraft, it seemed to have a house cheese blend on it with some pepper, so I'd ask for it without the pepper). We also got dessert, a cannoli and the oreo pie, of which the cannoli was better; the kid's meals came with a scoop of ice cream.
We were pleasantly surprised when the bill came that the kid's meals were removed as on Sunday's kids eat free, so try to go on a Sunday if you have kids. On occasion they've had live music (we've eaten here before), which is always a nice treat too. They take reservations, and we were seated immediately so that was nice.
Definitely give them a chance on your next occasion to dine out!
First time dining here. The restaurant is older and has a nice ambiance. There are three separate areas for dining. We sat in the back room which looked newer and probably added on. As far as the food, we had the Italian Wedding soup which was very bland and the Caesar salad which would have been good but it was filled with the hard hearts of lettuce. Our dinners were very good, I had the Ravioli and Meatballs and my husband had Shrimp and Scallops over linguini. The portions were nice size. Overall, it is a decent restaurant, but nothing special.