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Business Description
La Vera Cucina opened for business in January, 2007. It is conveniently located on Rt. 59 in Suffern, New York just minutes from the New York State Thruway and Northern New Jersey. The La Vera Cucina name has been serving the Suffern community for over 14 years. La Vera Cucina specializes in Italian cuisine with a carefully designed menu, creative dishes and enticing specials. Only the finest quality ingredients are used for all its dishes. The owners personally go to the market two times per week to pick only the freshest meats and fish. All pastas and ravioli are homemade on premises daily, and all menu items are available as take out. The atmosphere at La Vera Cucina is casual but up scale. The restaurant has a cocktail lounge featuring a large rectangular bar with 4 flat screen TVs and non-bar seating for your comfort. La Vera Cucina has an extensive Wine List and serves a variety of Special Drinks and Martinis. See our Wine List page for more details. Whether you are out for an intimate dinner for two, having a family gathering or hosting a group, La Vera Cucina gives you the ambiance you are after. On site and off site catering is available. Please see out Catering page for more information.
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Fax: (845) 368-1151

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all major credit cards
Price Range
$$
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La Vera Cucina Restaurant

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Category
Restaurants
Other Information

Wi-Fi: Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Alcohol: Full Bar

Parking: Lot, Private

Bike Parking: No

Attire: Casual

Takes Reservations: Yes

Outdoor Seating: No

Specialties: Family Events, Parties, Fiestas

Price Range : Average

Pets Allowed: No

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06/27/2015

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I will never patronize this restaurant again, especially for karaoke on Fridays with the Captain and Camille. My friends and I go for karaoke every so often, and we headed there tonight. Unfortunately, there was a local little league team and their parents/coaches there tonight out celebrating (and drinking). They took over the bar. I assume it's illegal for kids under 10 to be in a bar hanging around at the bar, but I guess that's none of my business. The kids sang one song-cute, fine, and then some other people sing, and then the kids are allowed to sing 3 more songs in a row. So, some of the other tables of regulars, ie adults, leave, and then the karaoke DJ Marty approaches our table and says "'I hope you're not going to complain and leave like the other table did.'' Actually, we are. I think he's joking when he got in my mother's face and says this and says ''well, you're drinking water''-he's not joking, and she wasn't drinking water, and my friends and I had bought 3 drinks. So, his explanation is "they do this once a year and they spent $400 and it's not up to me, it's management.'' So, I guess if management and the restaurant owner is ok with that, I won't patronize this business EVER AGAIN. If they're going to employ such a rude DJ to provide karaoke to paying customers, and if you cater to a party who does this ''once a year and spends $400,'' then I guess it's ok to alienate regulars or semi-regular customers. In all fairness, the food is average whenever I do order any, and the bar service has always been abysmally slow and harried. There should be more than 2 bartenders on a Friday night. It's painful to get service or your check, and if you sit at a table by the bar, you would wait forever because nobody will come to your table to take your order. The fried calamari was rubbery when I ordered it, drinks are inconsistently priced (one bartender charges $9 for a martini, another charges $10), and one time, bacon cheese fries were $8, another time, cheese fries were $3. If you treat your customers disrespectfully, don't expect them to return. I certainly will not. This place and its karaoke are a joke.

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