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BBB Rating
A+
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Hours

Regular Hours

Payment method
all major credit cards
Price Range
$$
Neighborhood
Sedge Field
Other Email

Categories
Italian Restaurants, Mediterranean Restaurants, Bars, Fine Dining Restaurants, Caterers, Family Style Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Private

Wi-Fi: Free

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Cuisines: Italian, European, Continental

Alcohol: Full Bar

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Price Range : Average

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Bess Backus

01/01/2012

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Giovanni's Restaurant

I have never been to a restaurant that charged out rageous ridiculous prices for a meal that was not complete. One price for the protein, one for the carb. I think $23.50 for spagetti and (3) meat balls is high way robbery. Prime rib was mainly fat and the Lobster Ravioli had been frozen not fresh, couldn't find the lobster either. Also most of the food was cold when served.

The menu on line is not the one we were given at the restaurant. Prices were tripled. If there was to be a price hike because of the holidays the costomer should be told before hand.

I will not recomend this restaruant to any one. I will never return. It doesn't even rate a half star.

twalter298

09/04/2008

Overall
BEST IN JAMESTOWN

My family and i love this tiny little piece of Heaven.

The food is outstanding the music is relaxing the wine is remarkable.

your food is always cooked to order. the wait staff is always on top of things.

and it is right in our back yard. it is a wonderful place for friends and family to come together.

laugh,cry,catch up. share news.

best true italian food in the state. the sause is devine, the bread is just baked, and the dessert is so sexy,it's a tiny place you don't bring just any date. you bring someone you love!

Robert22

05/15/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
The best of the Best keep up the good work Giovanni's. We will return

2 thumbs up the best dinning experence We have ever had in a restaurant. WIll return and stiff drinks at the bar. You must see this place to apreicate it.

GSOCoastie

04/05/2008

Provided by Citysearch - 
Overall
Giovanni's - Worst Food in Greensboro, NC

This restaurant aspires to ""fine dining"" and arrogantly claims to be the ""best Italian in town"" but it should really be put out of its misery. The service is amateurish, and the food is bland and unimaginative. The real crime is that people are still suckered into coming here for one lousy meal and pressured into paying for it.

Despite vague recommendations from others, we visited here for dinner one Saturday evening and were greeted by a very young hostess in a glitzy prom dress and an old mascot (the server's description) in a tux who had great difficulty just seating us into a practically empty dining room.

Bar service was quick, but the mixed drinks were watered down beyond recognition, a sure sign of a restaurant in a downward spiral. The young server's response to everything was that she was sorry, indicative that she must apologize quite often.

The ""hand-pounded"" veal was inconsistently thick and tough throughout and looked as if it had been steamed in water rather than sauteed. It shared a common blandness with the Chicken Parmesan that lacked any flavor of a fresh preparation, accompanied with a ""famous"" red sauce that was uncommonly bitter in taste.

Uneaten meals brought over a manager who touted the restaurant as the ""best in town"" with nary a complaint, but who, after hearing the numerous issues with our meals, conceded that the chef had turned over his duties to an assistant the night before. We were then presented with a full bill for our uneaten meals. Contesting the bill brought over a haggard looking ""chef"" to hear our complaints, only to contradict the manager's (his girlfriend) excuses, but finally admit to some issues with the sauce. A second bill was presented with now only one meal removed. Frustrated, worn down, and still hungry, we paid the remaining bill, still in shock by the arrogance of such people, obviously clinging to past successes.

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