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Posted by Carmen on 02/17/2013
Argenti's may not be an upscale Italian place but it is very homey, reasonable and draws a mostly local crowd. They have Karaoke two or three times a week which adds as entertainment. You can get a low-priced Italian meal or pizza, very tasty. we never had bad service there. And a whole bottle of wine is USD 10!!
Posted by antonio821 on 12/14/2012
If anyone says this is like NY pizza they are truly lying. first off I was born in and RAISED in the northeast. If this place is trying to pass for NY style they should be ashamed of themselves. The dough was unappetizing. It was like eating a overpriced microwave pizza. My coworker ordered the pizza today. I would rather have eaten chain pizza. NO joke. never again i said to order there.
Posted by Paisley on 08/10/2012
The restuarant came recommended by a friend, and looked very homey when we first walked in. The wait for a table wasn't long. The food took a long time to be served and was OK, at best. The eggplant rollatini would have been good, expect that the sauce was tasteless. The waitress was cute and friendly and took care of us well. They had Karaoke the night we were there and everyone seemed to be having a great time. Drinks were a little over-priced. I did like the restaurant, so I made a reservation to bring some friends a few weeks later. I was told that if I made a reservation for a table of 5 and only 3 three showed up, there would be a surcharge to the patrons who came of $10/person or $5.00/person (different amounts depending on who I asked). When I questioned the practice, the gentleman hung up the phone up on me. Some friends that were going to come decided against it, because they felt trapped into going so that the rest of us won't be stuck with the surcharge if they changed their minds. Understandable. I was happy to find someplace where I could go regularly with some friends, get a good dinner, have a few drinks and some fun entertainment, but I'm not so sure about that now. Will be looking for another place and won't be recommending this place to anyone any time soon.
Posted by anonymous on 07/16/2012
Argenti Pizza is a nicely located small family owned business. We walked in and it smelled like great food, and the place was pretty clean for the most part. Little did we know that we were about to receive the poorest restaurant experience. Without going into every detail, the restaurant was very unprofessional. Staff was very rude, and did not apologize or make accommodations for getting order wrong. They were extremely stingy (even though there was a miscommunication when taking our order), even with their napkins. We were never given napkins, and I saw some by the door, and went to get them and they were gathered around when i heard one of them yell "only a few." Staff were grouped together whispering and staring. Waitress never checked on customers (no refills either). She stood there with the others talking and completely disregarded us trying to get her attention for the check, or a box, or refills. Eating there felt very uncomfortable, restaurant was empty except for two other tables. For the first time in my life, I could not bring myself to leave a tip. When calling the manager after leaving, we were told the he was too busy (when we had just walked out the door). Food was not unappetizing at all, but a bit overpriced for okay quality. The restaurant would be great if the people working there had a little more respect for their customers' satisfaction.
Posted by South Florida Pizza Lover on 11/25/2007
reminds me of the brick oven pizza from NY