La Famiglia

★★★★☆
  • 45 W Park Square NE

    Marietta, GA 30060

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  • 770-425-9300

About La Famiglia

Hours
Dinner: Tue-Thu, 5pm-9pm; Fri-Sat, 5pm-10pm; Sunday, 4pm-9pm Lunch: Tue-Sat 11:30am-3pm

Food

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We had our son's rehearsal dinner in sept 2013. Everything was fantastic. Very accommodating, great staff, great food. Everything was just as we asked. Nick the owner went above and beyond to make this night special for us. Highly

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★★★★★

We had our son's rehearsal dinner in sept 2013. Everything was fantastic. Very accommodating, great staff, great food. Everything was just as we asked. Nick the owner went above and beyond to make this night special for us. Highly

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Delicious!! Bravo .. we went last night for our New Years Eve dinner. I was apprehensive due to the poor reviews but my boyfriend kept telling me how great it is. He was right! We enjoyed every morsel. We started with their deliciously

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Delicious!! Bravo .. we went last night for our New Years Eve dinner. I was apprehensive due to the poor reviews but my boyfriend kept telling me how great it is. He was right! We enjoyed every morsel. We started with their deliciously

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What a nice restaurant where you can sit inside or outside and enjoy your dinner. I love the mussels in red sauce and the Italian Margarita's . The waiters are very helpful always checking to see if you need anything. The owner Debbie is

3
★★★★★

What a nice restaurant where you can sit inside or outside and enjoy your dinner. I love the mussels in red sauce and the Italian Margarita's . The waiters are very helpful always checking to see if you need anything. The owner Debbie is

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MY MOTHER GOT SICK FROM EATING THE FOOD. FOUND HAIR IN THE SAUCE. THE OWNER IS DEBBIE,VERY SICK IN HER HEAD, SAID; DON`T COME BACK, IF YOU DON`T LIKE THE FOOD. WE CALLED THE HEALTH DEPT. SHE HATES KIDS. SLAVE DRIVES HER GRAND SON, WHO

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★★★★★

MY MOTHER GOT SICK FROM EATING THE FOOD. FOUND HAIR IN THE SAUCE. THE OWNER IS DEBBIE,VERY SICK IN HER HEAD, SAID; DON`T COME BACK, IF YOU DON`T LIKE THE FOOD. WE CALLED THE HEALTH DEPT. SHE HATES KIDS. SLAVE DRIVES HER GRAND SON, WHO

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I have no idea where the negative reports come from. I live in California and travel a lot for business. Where ever I go I seek the local family owned Italian restaurants in that area. La Famiglia is by far my favorite in the country.

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★★★★★

I have no idea where the negative reports come from. I live in California and travel a lot for business. Where ever I go I seek the local family owned Italian restaurants in that area. La Famiglia is by far my favorite in the country.

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In over 15 years of living in Marietta I have eaten here twice. My wife and I gave it a shot tonight after a 10 year break. At 6:30PM place had only one other table and they sat us right next to their table. Nice. Menu is 2 pages and has

3
★★★★★

In over 15 years of living in Marietta I have eaten here twice. My wife and I gave it a shot tonight after a 10 year break. At 6:30PM place had only one other table and they sat us right next to their table. Nice. Menu is 2 pages and has

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STAY AWAY! THIS IS THE WORST PLACE EVER. THE OWNER DEBBIE HAS THE WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE IN THE ENTIRE WORLD!

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★☆☆☆☆

STAY AWAY! THIS IS THE WORST PLACE EVER. THE OWNER DEBBIE HAS THE WORST CUSTOMER SERVICE IN THE ENTIRE WORLD!

Pros: THERE ARE NO PROS AT ALL

Cons: THIS PLACE IS A CON

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Yummy Italian restaurant. They have a variety of food selection on their menu. I can't really name a favorite because its all good. The staff is friendly and very attentive. this is located on the Marietta Square.

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★★★★☆

Yummy Italian restaurant. They have a variety of food selection on their menu. I can't really name a favorite because its all good. The staff is friendly and very attentive. this is located on the Marietta Square.

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Very simply, the food was below average, and the owner was very rude to us for complaining about an obscure added charge to our checks. Four of the ten people in our party became ill with stomach aches shortly after dining here.
Bottom line: there are far too many GOOD Italian restaurants in this area to risk dining at this one.

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★☆☆☆☆

Very simply, the food was below average, and the owner was very rude to us for complaining about an obscure added charge to our checks. Four of the ten people in our party became ill with stomach aches shortly after dining here.
Bottom line: there are far too many GOOD Italian restaurants in this area to risk dining at this one.

Pros: none

Cons: bad attitudes, below average food

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We've been there last week. A party of 6 for dinner on a Saturday nite.
The food is far from being italian. I think Olive Garden is more italian than this lousy restaurant.

IF you like oilly, greays, microwave heated food, dirty looking menus, unpleasant food look and like to repeatedly ask for water, this is the place for you.

Otherwise, be smart and go to a decent restaurant because there are many other coices out there.

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★☆☆☆☆

We've been there last week. A party of 6 for dinner on a Saturday nite.
The food is far from being italian. I think Olive Garden is more italian than this lousy restaurant.

IF you like oilly, greays, microwave heated food, dirty looking menus, unpleasant food look and like to repeatedly ask for water, this is the place for you.

Otherwise, be smart and go to a decent restaurant because there are many other coices out there.

Pros: none!

Cons: Bad food! Bad service! Expensive! Kind of dirty!

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I've dinned many times at La Famiglia, particularly last year ('08) in the months just after my move to Marietta.

I'll start with the "pros": They have good, authentic seeming Italian food (I don't profess to be an expert... but the meals I've had have been tasty). Their prices are also reasonable.

The atmosphere is "retro" (to put it kindly), as I've told friends to expect to feel like you've been suddenly transported to the 1960's or 1970's. The decor makes you feel you're in a small town (you are), but one far - far away from sophisticated Atlanta (you aren't).

The biggest "con" has to be their attitudes - usually apparent from the moment you walk in. Rather than pleasant smiles and a welcoming demeanor, they're stiff and cold. You're never really sure they want you there in the first place (I've actually been turned away several times, with the owner saying they are closing early (before 9:00) because it's a slow night - go figure? He successfully 'trained' me not to even try them after 8:30 on week nights. Maybe a different approach would avoid so many slow nights? Meanwhile I've spent thousands of dollars dining elsewhere on the square week nights between 8:30 and 9:15).

The bad vibe is continued when you read the introduction to the menu, which is all about "dining out is a special occasion and shouldn't be ruined by misbehaved children" (I'm paraphrasing, but that's essentially the message). Thanks anyway, but I don't care to have menus preach to me. When I've taken friends there (for the good food), I've warned them in advance that "these people take themselves a little too seriously, so be prepared". From their attitudes, you'd think you were at La Cirque or 21 in New York - rather than at a moderately priced neighborhood Italian place in Marietta.

If I could consult the owners, I would encourage an attitude readjustment. Italian restaurants, in particular, should be places where hospitality and friendliness exude - not stiffness, condescension, and coldness. Try smiling more, and relax! The reviews on this restaurant tend to be on the extremes - highs (typically the food) and lows (sometimes the food, always the service/vibe). In their own ways, I agree with each of the reviews - at both ends.

P.S. - After eating there at least once a week in the month or 2 after moving near the square, week after week they wouldn't acknowledge I had been in before. I was new to town and it would have been nice to have been recognized - how hard would it have been to note my last name on my credit card - "Nice to have you back, Mr. Smith!"?

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★★☆☆☆

I've dinned many times at La Famiglia, particularly last year ('08) in the months just after my move to Marietta.

I'll start with the "pros": They have good, authentic seeming Italian food (I don't profess to be an expert... but the meals I've had have been tasty). Their prices are also reasonable.

The atmosphere is "retro" (to put it kindly), as I've told friends to expect to feel like you've been suddenly transported to the 1960's or 1970's. The decor makes you feel you're in a small town (you are), but one far - far away from sophisticated Atlanta (you aren't).

The biggest "con" has to be their attitudes - usually apparent from the moment you walk in. Rather than pleasant smiles and a welcoming demeanor, they're stiff and cold. You're never really sure they want you there in the first place (I've actually been turned away several times, with the owner saying they are closing early (before 9:00) because it's a slow night - go figure? He successfully 'trained' me not to even try them after 8:30 on week nights. Maybe a different approach would avoid so many slow nights? Meanwhile I've spent thousands of dollars dining elsewhere on the square week nights between 8:30 and 9:15).

The bad vibe is continued when you read the introduction to the menu, which is all about "dining out is a special occasion and shouldn't be ruined by misbehaved children" (I'm paraphrasing, but that's essentially the message). Thanks anyway, but I don't care to have menus preach to me. When I've taken friends there (for the good food), I've warned them in advance that "these people take themselves a little too seriously, so be prepared". From their attitudes, you'd think you were at La Cirque or 21 in New York - rather than at a moderately priced neighborhood Italian place in Marietta.

If I could consult the owners, I would encourage an attitude readjustment. Italian restaurants, in particular, should be places where hospitality and friendliness exude - not stiffness, condescension, and coldness. Try smiling more, and relax! The reviews on this restaurant tend to be on the extremes - highs (typically the food) and lows (sometimes the food, always the service/vibe). In their own ways, I agree with each of the reviews - at both ends.

P.S. - After eating there at least once a week in the month or 2 after moving near the square, week after week they wouldn't acknowledge I had been in before. I was new to town and it would have been nice to have been recognized - how hard would it have been to note my last name on my credit card - "Nice to have you back, Mr. Smith!"?

Pros: Authentic Italian Food

Cons: Attitude, vibe, decor

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I will start out by mentioning that I wish i could give this resturant a negative rating. The food is some of the worst I have ever had in my life. The atmosphere of the place is compareable to a smelly mildew basement. There was hair in my food, probably from the wench who owns it named Debbie. The service was as horrible as the food and Debbie the owner offers some of the worst conversation and attitude you will ever experience. I have never been treated so poorly by anyone in my whole life. But wait it gets better, she will actually yell at you for not liking the food. I bet you would have been able to find better food, personality, atmosphere and fun at a Natzi internment camp. I hope that everyone is able to read this so that they will be able to save themselves. But if your idea of a good time is a root canal you might enjoy yourself.

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★☆☆☆☆

I will start out by mentioning that I wish i could give this resturant a negative rating. The food is some of the worst I have ever had in my life. The atmosphere of the place is compareable to a smelly mildew basement. There was hair in my food, probably from the wench who owns it named Debbie. The service was as horrible as the food and Debbie the owner offers some of the worst conversation and attitude you will ever experience. I have never been treated so poorly by anyone in my whole life. But wait it gets better, she will actually yell at you for not liking the food. I bet you would have been able to find better food, personality, atmosphere and fun at a Natzi internment camp. I hope that everyone is able to read this so that they will be able to save themselves. But if your idea of a good time is a root canal you might enjoy yourself.

Pros: There are none

Cons: everything

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La Famiglia has a variety of selections of their menu. The selections we chose were good. The wait staff was attentive, and management was available and knowledge to answer our questions about one of the wine selections. The atmosphere and decor were a bit on the artificial side though.

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★★★★☆

La Famiglia has a variety of selections of their menu. The selections we chose were good. The wait staff was attentive, and management was available and knowledge to answer our questions about one of the wine selections. The atmosphere and decor were a bit on the artificial side though.

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My partner and I had tickets for a play at Theater on the Square at 8 pm, so we both drove up to Marietta directly from work and looked for a place to eat near there. We picked this place. After the hostess seated us, the waiter came by and sullen told us that he would be with us "in a few minutes". That seemed odd. He kept passing by our table and waiting on other customers but never returned to us. After 15 minutes, I went up to the hostess. She asked me if she could get me something and I replied "yes, a waiter". She asked if the waiter had helped us and I informed her not only that he hadn't, but that he had gotten water for a table that was seated after we were. She said she'd take care of it.

About 5 minutes later, the hostess brought us water, but didn't take our drink order. And still no waiter. Then the waiter passed our table 2 more times, again without stopping (the 2nd time while delivering the drink order to a table that was seated after us). Evidently, either the hostess didn't tell the waiter to come to our table or the waiter felt free to ignore the hostess. At this point, we left - and told the hostess that we were leaving and why. She seemed unconcerned. So not only was the service non-existent, so was the supervision.

During this whole time, my partner made eye contact several times with the waiter, but the waiter ignored him. And the waiter was handling at most 5 or 6 tables. All I can conclude is that either both the waiter and the hostess were completely deranged, or they had some significant problems with 2 professional gay men as customers. As neither of them had "crazy eyes", my guess is the latter. And if they don't want or need my business, I'm happy to oblige. And equally happy to let others know about it.

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★☆☆☆☆

My partner and I had tickets for a play at Theater on the Square at 8 pm, so we both drove up to Marietta directly from work and looked for a place to eat near there. We picked this place. After the hostess seated us, the waiter came by and sullen told us that he would be with us "in a few minutes". That seemed odd. He kept passing by our table and waiting on other customers but never returned to us. After 15 minutes, I went up to the hostess. She asked me if she could get me something and I replied "yes, a waiter". She asked if the waiter had helped us and I informed her not only that he hadn't, but that he had gotten water for a table that was seated after we were. She said she'd take care of it.

About 5 minutes later, the hostess brought us water, but didn't take our drink order. And still no waiter. Then the waiter passed our table 2 more times, again without stopping (the 2nd time while delivering the drink order to a table that was seated after us). Evidently, either the hostess didn't tell the waiter to come to our table or the waiter felt free to ignore the hostess. At this point, we left - and told the hostess that we were leaving and why. She seemed unconcerned. So not only was the service non-existent, so was the supervision.

During this whole time, my partner made eye contact several times with the waiter, but the waiter ignored him. And the waiter was handling at most 5 or 6 tables. All I can conclude is that either both the waiter and the hostess were completely deranged, or they had some significant problems with 2 professional gay men as customers. As neither of them had "crazy eyes", my guess is the latter. And if they don't want or need my business, I'm happy to oblige. And equally happy to let others know about it.

Pros: None, since we never got served

Cons: Service - we never got served so we left. Anti-gay bias.

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Thank you, La Famiglia! What an amazing restaurant! The food was and always is delicious. I can't stop eatting there! The veal lemone and shrimp is my all time favorite, but the buttons and bows are incredible too! YUM! I was at the restaurant when the lady with the bad review below was there. She didn't like pasta and felt like a veggie subsitute should be free ( In my opinion, if you don't like pasta, don't go to an italian restaurant! ).She was taken care of and got her veggie, but she also didn't want any butter on her food and when the waitress suggested an olive oil substitute, she didn't want that either. She was nonstop complaining which made the atmosphere entirely uncomfortable. Every restaurant has its pros and cons. The food is definitely not one of the cons. There might be a wait to get your food, but it is very worth it when the meal is cooked to your order and not prepared before hand, and once you find out that it is the owner/chef is alone in the kitchen on a friday or saturday night... its to be expected! She complained about the owner being rude. I think the owner's sense of humor is dry yet witty. New York all the way! If you complain, she will stick up for her restaurant & she should. But if you want to just chitchat with her about the Yankees or the weather on the square, she is always up for a good conversation. Trust me, she will talk your ear off and you feel like you have a new best friend! Its a great place, I've been a customer there for about 5 years (even back when it hadn't expanded) and if someone doesn't think its not good italian food, then perhaps they are better off just staying at home! Try the baked clams, they are to die for! Try any of the fish dishes if they are on special, they are also amazing! And the marinara sauce is unlike no other! Again, super yummie! I suggest this to all my friends! Its the best!!!!

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★★★★★

Thank you, La Famiglia! What an amazing restaurant! The food was and always is delicious. I can't stop eatting there! The veal lemone and shrimp is my all time favorite, but the buttons and bows are incredible too! YUM! I was at the restaurant when the lady with the bad review below was there. She didn't like pasta and felt like a veggie subsitute should be free ( In my opinion, if you don't like pasta, don't go to an italian restaurant! ).She was taken care of and got her veggie, but she also didn't want any butter on her food and when the waitress suggested an olive oil substitute, she didn't want that either. She was nonstop complaining which made the atmosphere entirely uncomfortable. Every restaurant has its pros and cons. The food is definitely not one of the cons. There might be a wait to get your food, but it is very worth it when the meal is cooked to your order and not prepared before hand, and once you find out that it is the owner/chef is alone in the kitchen on a friday or saturday night... its to be expected! She complained about the owner being rude. I think the owner's sense of humor is dry yet witty. New York all the way! If you complain, she will stick up for her restaurant & she should. But if you want to just chitchat with her about the Yankees or the weather on the square, she is always up for a good conversation. Trust me, she will talk your ear off and you feel like you have a new best friend! Its a great place, I've been a customer there for about 5 years (even back when it hadn't expanded) and if someone doesn't think its not good italian food, then perhaps they are better off just staying at home! Try the baked clams, they are to die for! Try any of the fish dishes if they are on special, they are also amazing! And the marinara sauce is unlike no other! Again, super yummie! I suggest this to all my friends! Its the best!!!!

Pros: Food, atmosphere, music, service, personable

Cons: Parking, wait on food

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My husband and I unfortunately decided to try this restaurant. It was a TOTAL dissappointment! Not only was the service bad, the owner (Debbie) was one of the most unpleasant and rude people I've ever met. I too have spent a lot of time in Italy - North and South - and have tasted all of the amazing cuisines. The food at La Famiglia shouldn't even be in the same category as Italian food. The sauces aren't well balanced and have no taste. The picatta is soggy and has no flavor. This is by far the worst restaurant I've ever been to. From the astro-turf atmosphere to the disaterous recipies - not to mention the horrible wines which, if you ask for a sample, are served in shot glasses - Going here would be both a waste of time and money. If you'd like to throw your money away, I'm sure there is a charity who would be more appreciative.

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★☆☆☆☆

My husband and I unfortunately decided to try this restaurant. It was a TOTAL dissappointment! Not only was the service bad, the owner (Debbie) was one of the most unpleasant and rude people I've ever met. I too have spent a lot of time in Italy - North and South - and have tasted all of the amazing cuisines. The food at La Famiglia shouldn't even be in the same category as Italian food. The sauces aren't well balanced and have no taste. The picatta is soggy and has no flavor. This is by far the worst restaurant I've ever been to. From the astro-turf atmosphere to the disaterous recipies - not to mention the horrible wines which, if you ask for a sample, are served in shot glasses - Going here would be both a waste of time and money. If you'd like to throw your money away, I'm sure there is a charity who would be more appreciative.

Cons: Worst money I've ever waisted.

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One of the finest Italian Restaurants in existence! Small, yet comfortable, La Famiglia's effecient, highly-trained polite staff and owners (Nick & Debbie) provide, prepare and serve quite possibly the finest Italian Cuisine to be found anywhere. FYI: In addition to living in Hawaii, I also maintain a home in Varazze, Italy...so I guess I should know a thing or two about Italian Food! Ciao, James L. Tumblin

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★★★★★

One of the finest Italian Restaurants in existence! Small, yet comfortable, La Famiglia's effecient, highly-trained polite staff and owners (Nick & Debbie) provide, prepare and serve quite possibly the finest Italian Cuisine to be found anywhere. FYI: In addition to living in Hawaii, I also maintain a home in Varazze, Italy...so I guess I should know a thing or two about Italian Food! Ciao, James L. Tumblin

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Nick and Debbie (the owners) truly have built a great restaurant on the Marietta Square. the food is consistenly good, and the service is excellent as well (no matter what a couple of reviews on this board have "said"). Parking around the square can be a challenge at times- that is true. But there are usually spots behind the restaurant near the railroad tracks. It's worth taking the time to find a space, however. The Veal and Shrimp Lemone is a wonderful dish, as are the chicken dishes and the lamb that Chef Debbie makes every once in awhile. The homemade Italian bread is a special treat, as is the homemade dressing that comes on the dinner salads. This is a wonderful repose from the chain Italian places and the local Italian joints that specialize in pizza. Bring your girlfriend/boyfriend. Bring your wife/husband. Bring your friends. It's a place that has something everyone can enjoy- good atmosphere and excellent Italian cuisine.

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★★★★★

Nick and Debbie (the owners) truly have built a great restaurant on the Marietta Square. the food is consistenly good, and the service is excellent as well (no matter what a couple of reviews on this board have "said"). Parking around the square can be a challenge at times- that is true. But there are usually spots behind the restaurant near the railroad tracks. It's worth taking the time to find a space, however. The Veal and Shrimp Lemone is a wonderful dish, as are the chicken dishes and the lamb that Chef Debbie makes every once in awhile. The homemade Italian bread is a special treat, as is the homemade dressing that comes on the dinner salads. This is a wonderful repose from the chain Italian places and the local Italian joints that specialize in pizza. Bring your girlfriend/boyfriend. Bring your wife/husband. Bring your friends. It's a place that has something everyone can enjoy- good atmosphere and excellent Italian cuisine.

Pros: Excellent food and ambiance, Have a dining room for parties and large groups, too

Cons: parking around the square can be a concern, but it's worth finding a spot to eat here

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My husband and I have been to La Famiglia numerous times, and we always think of this place when we want delicious, inexpensive, Italian food. We also love the fact that the restaurant is located in the cozy Marietta Square. The portions are large and we have not yet eaten anything we did not like (although stay away from the horrid lemon drop martinis). The lobster ravioli special -- served with a light vodka tomato cream sauce -- is divine, and I am always excited when that is available. My husband prefers their mixed seafood pasta dishes, and most dishes are very reasonably priced. All meals come with a simple house salad with a garlic-balsamic dressing, and a round of crusty bread that is always warm and delicious. Our only complaints are that on weekend nights, they can be very busy, and the service tends to be a bit slow. The dining room is also cheaply decorated and detracts from the high quality of the food.

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★★★★★

My husband and I have been to La Famiglia numerous times, and we always think of this place when we want delicious, inexpensive, Italian food. We also love the fact that the restaurant is located in the cozy Marietta Square. The portions are large and we have not yet eaten anything we did not like (although stay away from the horrid lemon drop martinis). The lobster ravioli special -- served with a light vodka tomato cream sauce -- is divine, and I am always excited when that is available. My husband prefers their mixed seafood pasta dishes, and most dishes are very reasonably priced. All meals come with a simple house salad with a garlic-balsamic dressing, and a round of crusty bread that is always warm and delicious. Our only complaints are that on weekend nights, they can be very busy, and the service tends to be a bit slow. The dining room is also cheaply decorated and detracts from the high quality of the food.

Pros: Located in Marietta Square, great prices, lots of menu options

Cons: Service can be slow when busy, dining room could use an update

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Waiter was unfriendly. Asked for a salad with chicken on it, and they said they couldn't do it (who can't make a chicken salad???) Ordered a glass of wine and got a half glass of bad wine. Food was terrible. Ordered chicken breaded and sauteed with lemon sauce. Chicken was soggy and tasted like an overload of greasy lemon. We asked to see the manager at one point during the meal and he was as unfriendly and snotty as his staff! Don't waste your money here!

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★☆☆☆☆

Waiter was unfriendly. Asked for a salad with chicken on it, and they said they couldn't do it (who can't make a chicken salad???) Ordered a glass of wine and got a half glass of bad wine. Food was terrible. Ordered chicken breaded and sauteed with lemon sauce. Chicken was soggy and tasted like an overload of greasy lemon. We asked to see the manager at one point during the meal and he was as unfriendly and snotty as his staff! Don't waste your money here!

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I was there when supersvensk was there for dinner. He said he would write a bad review on the internet. It took me a while to find it because its listed as an Mexican Rest. when its really Italian. I frequent La Famiglia at least once a month and it is by far the best tasting Italian around Atlanta. If you know anything about Italian, Piccata sauce from the north of Italy is a lot darker than the south. I've had La Famiglia's Piccata many times and it is wonderful! The wine list has many brands. I have the Gabbiano Classico Chianti which is superb! I will always try things for myself especially food because everyone's taste buds are different. Supersvensk was a bitter man from the start even before he sat down!

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★★★★★

I was there when supersvensk was there for dinner. He said he would write a bad review on the internet. It took me a while to find it because its listed as an Mexican Rest. when its really Italian. I frequent La Famiglia at least once a month and it is by far the best tasting Italian around Atlanta. If you know anything about Italian, Piccata sauce from the north of Italy is a lot darker than the south. I've had La Famiglia's Piccata many times and it is wonderful! The wine list has many brands. I have the Gabbiano Classico Chianti which is superb! I will always try things for myself especially food because everyone's taste buds are different. Supersvensk was a bitter man from the start even before he sat down!

Pros: Ambiance, cuisine, wait staff

Cons: parking

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on my birthday we unfortunately picked this restaurant. first, we ordered fried calamari and it was greasy and soggy, they didn't provide any lemon, which I asked for and they brought it after I had already finished the calamari. they didn't offer to bring any water. the bread was put out after the appetizer. the wine list only had one brand (very few choices). the first entree they brought my husband was the wrong dish. kitchen mixup they said. they brought his again after I had finished mine which was mediocre. he had ordered veal piccata. the veal he got was smothered in brown gravy. he asked to see the chef, she argued that he needed to look up the dish at home because she had cooked it properly. we asked for the bill and left!

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★☆☆☆☆

on my birthday we unfortunately picked this restaurant. first, we ordered fried calamari and it was greasy and soggy, they didn't provide any lemon, which I asked for and they brought it after I had already finished the calamari. they didn't offer to bring any water. the bread was put out after the appetizer. the wine list only had one brand (very few choices). the first entree they brought my husband was the wrong dish. kitchen mixup they said. they brought his again after I had finished mine which was mediocre. he had ordered veal piccata. the veal he got was smothered in brown gravy. he asked to see the chef, she argued that he needed to look up the dish at home because she had cooked it properly. we asked for the bill and left!

Cons: , no value, bad food

 

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