Giardino Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 4437 Douglaston Pkwy

    Douglaston, NY 11363

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  • 718-428-1090

About Giardino Restaurant

Hours
Monday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Tuesday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Wednesday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Thursday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Friday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Saturday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Sunday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM

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Not a bad place at all. The food was good and the wine was good. Not too expensive. The service was also very good. Really that's all you can ask for in a restaurant. I recommend it if you're in the neighborhood.

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Not a bad place at all. The food was good and the wine was good. Not too expensive. The service was also very good. Really that's all you can ask for in a restaurant. I recommend it if you're in the neighborhood.

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A very pretty restaurant with very good food. I like this place. The prices are reasonable. A nice place to have a party. The only down side is lack of parking.

4
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A very pretty restaurant with very good food. I like this place. The prices are reasonable. A nice place to have a party. The only down side is lack of parking.

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This casual Italian restaurant in one of the best around. You walk through the courtyard of a building to get there.

They serve amazing brick oven pizza as well as lots of wonderful pasta. The pasta portions are huge so a doggy bag is a regular occurrence. The last time I went I had clams oreganata and they were excellent. My friends love the salads.

The service is quick - probably because there are always people waiting. So, if you want to linger, try this place NEXT time. The prices are also quite reasonable.

4
★★★★☆

This casual Italian restaurant in one of the best around. You walk through the courtyard of a building to get there.

They serve amazing brick oven pizza as well as lots of wonderful pasta. The pasta portions are huge so a doggy bag is a regular occurrence. The last time I went I had clams oreganata and they were excellent. My friends love the salads.

The service is quick - probably because there are always people waiting. So, if you want to linger, try this place NEXT time. The prices are also quite reasonable.

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Would recommend this restaurant to everyone. Food is great, service is great and free parking (tip the parking attendent). Went with my friends months ago and decided to take my family and friends. They all love the food. There's a lot of seating and the wait time for meals is minimal. Highly recommended!!!

2
★★★★★

Would recommend this restaurant to everyone. Food is great, service is great and free parking (tip the parking attendent). Went with my friends months ago and decided to take my family and friends. They all love the food. There's a lot of seating and the wait time for meals is minimal. Highly recommended!!!

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Enter this restaurant and the decor is neither Italian kitsch nor over-done. A very handsome cocktail bar is built around their wood-fired brick oven. The aroma of the fire permeates the room in a pleasant fashion. We'd stumbled upon the place and it appealed to us because of the availability of off-street parking. But when we were seated we'd already made up our minds we'd return. The bread basket contains bruschetta from the brick oven, and is accompanied by a dish of white beans, garlic and onions in olive oil. You must have the steamed mussels - and order the "red sauce." The delightful seafood and delectable sauce were an item we'd have paid three times as much for. Spiedini all Romana could've used more anchovy paste, but was the only lackluster appetizer. The house tagliatelle with a lovely, dense mushroom sauce was decadently creamy and the pasta was perfect. The veal chop is just great, and not too pricey either. A scallop special on one visit was delectable. Veal scallopine was fork-tender. Wines are fairly priced and of high quality; even the house Chianti by the glass is a home run. A warning: order sparingly if you hate doggy bags; the portions are gargantuan. Service is unobtrusive, friendly and helpful. This restaurant even serves a very, very good cup of coffee - an indication of attention to detail. Dessert of choice by far is the Tiramisu - this one light as a feather. A strawberry mousse cake was also quite good (they don't have it all the time). One last thing: their red sauce (or "gravy") as we call it in this neck of the woods, is so good we purchase at least two quarts to take home on every visit.

2
★★★★★

Enter this restaurant and the decor is neither Italian kitsch nor over-done. A very handsome cocktail bar is built around their wood-fired brick oven. The aroma of the fire permeates the room in a pleasant fashion. We'd stumbled upon the place and it appealed to us because of the availability of off-street parking. But when we were seated we'd already made up our minds we'd return. The bread basket contains bruschetta from the brick oven, and is accompanied by a dish of white beans, garlic and onions in olive oil. You must have the steamed mussels - and order the "red sauce." The delightful seafood and delectable sauce were an item we'd have paid three times as much for. Spiedini all Romana could've used more anchovy paste, but was the only lackluster appetizer. The house tagliatelle with a lovely, dense mushroom sauce was decadently creamy and the pasta was perfect. The veal chop is just great, and not too pricey either. A scallop special on one visit was delectable. Veal scallopine was fork-tender. Wines are fairly priced and of high quality; even the house Chianti by the glass is a home run. A warning: order sparingly if you hate doggy bags; the portions are gargantuan. Service is unobtrusive, friendly and helpful. This restaurant even serves a very, very good cup of coffee - an indication of attention to detail. Dessert of choice by far is the Tiramisu - this one light as a feather. A strawberry mousse cake was also quite good (they don't have it all the time). One last thing: their red sauce (or "gravy") as we call it in this neck of the woods, is so good we purchase at least two quarts to take home on every visit.

Pros: Delicious and a good value.

Cons: What's not to like?

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Giardino's offers great Italian food at a very reasonable price. I have been going here for years. There portions are also very generous. They are the same owners of Carravelle & Russo's on the Bay in Howard Beach. Nice place for small or large parties as well. They have a couple of rooms that you can rent for bridal/baby showers,anniversaries,etc.

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★★★★☆

Giardino's offers great Italian food at a very reasonable price. I have been going here for years. There portions are also very generous. They are the same owners of Carravelle & Russo's on the Bay in Howard Beach. Nice place for small or large parties as well. They have a couple of rooms that you can rent for bridal/baby showers,anniversaries,etc.

Pros: Great Food, Atmosphere, Vallet Parking

Cons: Far from Manhattan

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Giardino on Northern Boulevard is a good priced, decent proportioned place to eat at. Catering to families, couples and singles, it's nothing special, but the food has never stopped me from going back. Service isn't the best, but there's almost never a wait.

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★★★☆☆

Giardino on Northern Boulevard is a good priced, decent proportioned place to eat at. Catering to families, couples and singles, it's nothing special, but the food has never stopped me from going back. Service isn't the best, but there's almost never a wait.

Pros: Inexpensive, Decent Proportions

Cons: Slow service

 

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