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Linglestown Gazette: New eatery opens in Linglestown

Tuesday, March 01, 2011

New eatery opens in Linglestown

La Piazza of Linglestown opened its doors today for business at the former location of Chocolate Cafe. Please post a comment if you give it a try.
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At 8:21 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Had dinner at La Piazza on Thursday night. Excellent! I hope he keeps up with the vegetable creations. It's hard to find a restaurant that creates vegetables that you want to eat as much as this. Everything else was just as good. Thoroughly enjoyed the meal. Welcome to Linglestown!

 
At 9:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

what was the price range for entrees?

 
At 10:41 PM, Blogger Elyse said...

My family and I went to eat at the restaurant Saturday evening and we wrote a review of the restaurant. You can check out the review on my blog, http://oiralinde.blogspot.com/2011/03/review-of-new-restaurant-la-piazza-of.html

The range of entrees was between $10-$18.

 
At 10:42 PM, Blogger Elyse said...

We also took pictures of our food too, so you can get a good idea of what to expect. I hope it's helpful!

 
At 9:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

One word can best describe the food. AMAZING!! My cobb salad was fresh and the chicken was grilled to perfection. My mother had the lasagna and was very impressed. My sister had veal marsala and her tastebuds were dancing for days. My family will be returning very soon. My only advice is the wait staff needs work. For a busy sat night slowness is not unheard of. Organization is key to a great wait staff and there didn't seem to be much. Our waitress however was very friendly. Keep up the great work and I will see you again soon!

 
At 11:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This a gread addition to the village, upscale but too upscale.
A very comfortable place to enjoy dinner. The waitresses were pleasant, friendly, and helpful when we went there. The menu is extensive, with a nice broad selection to choose from. Salads were wonderful--made with fresh ingredients. But one thing was very disappointing: our mmeals were not very warm when served, with some of the cheese in the pasta dish still globby from being undercooked. And the veggies on the side were not fresh, but fresh from the frozen food bag...and undercooked. There weren't many other customers at the time, so we were puzzled about why the food wasn't carefully prepared.
We plan to go back to give it another try. It's a new place and bound to improve as the kinks get worked out.

 
At 12:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, this is true Italian food, some of the best I've had in this area! Been there twice and tried a specialty dish (chicken caprese) and the baked ziti both were wonderful. Going again soon!! Can't wait till they open the patio and deck.

 

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