I'm not sure how , but each visit ramps up & increases me expectations & enthusiasm !We love 112 Pizzeria Bistro, for our thin crust fix/hankering.Usually we order the Bugsy Siegel, but you know how you can get in a rut from time to time, and order the same thins/favorite over & over?Well we decided each visit now, will include the MAGNIFICENT house sald for $5 & the House Dressing , but we were going to try most every pizza pie.[ except the Corrington with truffle oil..I just do not know ]So 3-2-14 we tried the Noir which is new to the menu:Double red sauce , pepperoni ,tomatoes, crimini mushrooms & feta cheese .It was fabulous!Jimmy the owner stopped by our table & we chatted pies, he wondered how we liked the new NOIR pizzaAlso we chatted about Supinos, Fresca & Tomato's Apizza all in a positive light.And how customers are/were clamoring for delivery, but this pizza needs to be eaten on site or within 5 minutes of pickup, to retain its ooey gooey goodness.Nice to meet a owner who is positive & cares about his actual product & its long term integrity.Cannot wait to go back...hoping to try a pasta dish eventually!
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Authentic Italian food! The best in the area. I personally tasted every lasagna from downtown Detroit to the suburbs and Vera's lasagna is the best. And that's just the lasagna! You cannot go wrong. Great bar and bartender, excellent chef, the best service without being intrusive...this is the place I take my wife and she takes me for special occasions. None better!
WOW! This place is fantastic. Their food is excellent and their staff is great. I ordered gnocchi and was very pleased with my meal. We had a few appetizers, wine and dessert...everything was authentic and delicious. It has been months since we last ate here and I still think about what a great experience we had. I really loved their ambiance as well. The menus were crafted with wood and there was a lot of elegance in the details. If you want some seriously good food, spend some extra money and visit Silver Spoon.
Well the menu is out of date, but other than that it's an awesome restaurant.
Great place if you are not handicapped. If you are wheelchair bound they treat you like they don't want you there. When our turn came up they passed us by because they were not sure where to seat a wheelchair. Plus the handicap parking is farther away than the take out parking. This is actually against the federal American Disabilities Act. But Olive Garden doesn't care. We think they strive to keep the pesky handicap people away.