We had dinner in the bar. Service was very good. Food was good.
Overall, a pleasant experience. We arrived at 5:45 on a Saturday evening and were finished at 7:15. We had drinks, salads, main course, dessert and coffee. Our waitress was friendly and answered a few questions we had about the menu. She visited our table at regular intervals, and our water glasses were filled as appropriate. The ambiance was business-y but not stuffy, and as the restaurant began to fill up, the noise level grew substantial, though not overwhelming. It seemd a good place to go for a mildly upscale dining experience, and for that I would recommend it.
Service was ridiculously slow. Tables on both sides were seated after us and meals were completed and received their checks before we got our entrees which were all barely warm....more room temperature.
Waitstaff was very friendly not overbearing. Love you seafood risotto!!!
Valentines Day. Was a real nice evening. Great service.
Valentines Day dinner
Crab cakes are the best in town! The root vegetable salad was fabulous, and even better eaten warmed in a skillet for breakfast the next day! Waitress Ashley was wonderful ...as always. And don't miss their signature break pudding with rum sauce. Get just one to share! Fabulous!
Everything from the service to the drinks to the food was outstanding. We look forward to returning to try more of the menu. Come hungry.
My wife, daughter, and I wanted to find a nice Italian restaurant for a night out while we were visiting my daughter at college. We found the menu to have something for everyone's tastes and the food was really well prepared and tasted amazing. My wife had the swordfish and said it may have been the best swordfish she had ever eaten. The service was also excellent.
My wife and I enjoyed our dinner at Vallozzi's Pittsburgh very much. The server was attentive and the atmosphere was comfortable, but the food was the star of the evening. I had Pappardelle Bolognese and would recommend it to anyone who desires richly flavored comfort food. The portion was ample and the taste memorable. My wife had Veal Parmesan. Unfortunately, it was over cooked. The breading was very dark and tasted scorched and the veal was tough. However, the pasta and marinara sauce that accompanied the veal was wonderful. I liked Vallozzi's red sauce. We really didn't have room in our stomachs for desert, but we had it anyhow. The cheese cake of the day was Key Lime. Key Lime anything is a favorite and it was very tasty. However, the bread pudding is to die for.
This was our first visit to Vallozi's Pittsburgh. We'll be back and we highly recommend that you visit too. Avoid the veal. Go for the Bolognese and top it off with the bread pudding.