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Posted by Geep Davis on 01/04/2013
Attended with a group of friends on New Year's Eve and we got ushered into 2013 with a massive party. This place is like broadway/restaurant rolled into one. It was a night filled with champagne, good food, and a terrific show. I can't remember all the songs the singer sang specifically, but I tell you one thing. The place turned into a miniature Times Square. Most fun I've had in a while. Topped off the night with great dancing and fireworks. Be back February for the festivities.
Posted by Rebbie Doren on 12/11/2012
Attended there last weekend, and all I can say was that it was nothing less than a party. The manager assured me that we will have a good time once the piano player sang. The cuisine is mainly Italian and it satisfactory to the palette . Not too saucy which is more true to the mainland cuisine. It was enormously busy and had a great christmas spirit. The handsome piano player played some holiday music on the piano and it turned it to a great party. There were some people celebrating their birthdays which made it all the while better.
Posted by Tony Selano on 12/06/2012
Up in Jersey there is nothing close to this place. Food, music, dancing, just plain ol fun. I went with my lady friend and her friends. I read some reviews and decided we all should go there. I'm glad we did. The entertainer boiled this place up beyond al dente. This place reminded me of my cousins wedding. You bet your bottom dollar you wont come out this place having the blues.
Posted by Ken S. on 11/13/2012
Manager was courteous. Waiter lacked. Flounder was good, and the piano player made it. Great voice. Variety of songs like Neil Diamond, Bobby Darin, Billy Joel. You get the picture. People dancing inside and out in the streets. If you want good food and live music then you should treat yourself to this place.
Posted by Hawthorne on 03/07/2012
Good spot indeed. Check the nights when the singer is there. Its like a show room in the good ol' Sands from way back then. It's more than your average restaurant. Hard to find parking. Cafe Centro has good food and you definately will get your value. Numerous specials but opted for the linguine instead. I do not know why there is three menus but that was not a big problem since I knew what I wanted. Lots of people and good spot to check out.
Posted by Peter Creek on 02/09/2012
First of all. I would urge you to get a reservation at the piano bar. I ate there before but in another section of the restaurant. I decided to go to the piano bar section on recommendation of a friend. At first it seemed like a normal Italian (pasta) dinner. The dinner got interesting with the music. At first I was worried that the piano player was going to play some new generation gaga garbage. This kid sang Sinatra, Four Seasons, Nat King Cole, and bunch of good ol' oldies that was exceptionally good! Everybody from wall to wall singing along and dancing. Not to mention that our beautiful waitress lavished us with good service, and was courteous to give us room to be ourselves. Food tasted good including this dessert I ate (Ice cream in a chocolate shell), but next time I will go for a different dishes that I saw floating around the room. My friends thought their fish was decent and had better, but in the end no complains.
Posted by Larry Damian on 01/24/2012
Food was what I expected. The service could have been better, but then again it was made up with the music that was delivered by the piano man. He took us back to songs that I have even forgotten. I cant remember that last time I was in a cabaret sort of place humming to show tunes that my mother used to see. The wait was a bit riduculous! We were promised a table withtin ten minutes, which turned to half an hour. All in all it turned out to be a good experience.