Angelo's Civita Farnese

★★★★☆
  • 141 Atwells Ave

    Providence, RI 02903

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  • 401-621-8171

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Monday- Saturday 11:30 am- 9:00 pm Sunday 12:00 pm- 9:00 pm

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Angelo's has been a staple on the HIll. The food tastes like authentic italian that your italian grandmother would have made. Very low key, but great food & very inexpensive.

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Angelo's has been a staple on the HIll. The food tastes like authentic italian that your italian grandmother would have made. Very low key, but great food & very inexpensive.

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In the mood for some really good Italian food, then Angelo's is the place especially for families and larger groups. Our family has been going to Angelo's for years. Every dish they serve is delicious! Our experiences at Angelo's have been very positive and pleasurable. We highly recommend Angelo's, but do go early for your dinner for parking is an event in itself!

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In the mood for some really good Italian food, then Angelo's is the place especially for families and larger groups. Our family has been going to Angelo's for years. Every dish they serve is delicious! Our experiences at Angelo's have been very positive and pleasurable. We highly recommend Angelo's, but do go early for your dinner for parking is an event in itself!

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Love this place the food is great! Chicken parm is really good here along with a side of meatball and french fries!

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Love this place the food is great! Chicken parm is really good here along with a side of meatball and french fries!

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This is the worst Italian restaurant there is. I am a full blooded italian straight from the old country and I can't believe people think this is good food.

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★☆☆☆☆

This is the worst Italian restaurant there is. I am a full blooded italian straight from the old country and I can't believe people think this is good food.

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The '70's wood pannelling is depressing, so that sets the mood when you walk in. The food is oddly inconsistant. For instance, my companion asked for a salad and she was served and albiet fresh, but not so high quality salad which consisted of an iceberg lettuce wedge with tomatoes - I would have expected better from an Italian joint. Then, she ordered the green bean salad which was so-so. She also had the vegetable lasagne which was so bad that she sent it back. I had the eggplant parmesean, which was okay.

This time we went at the end of the evening (8:30). The kitchen was about to close, we called ahead and told us to get there in 10 and they would still serve us, so the staff was wonderfully accomedating. But in the past, we have gone earlier in the evening and the place was mobbed.

1
★★★☆☆

The '70's wood pannelling is depressing, so that sets the mood when you walk in. The food is oddly inconsistant. For instance, my companion asked for a salad and she was served and albiet fresh, but not so high quality salad which consisted of an iceberg lettuce wedge with tomatoes - I would have expected better from an Italian joint. Then, she ordered the green bean salad which was so-so. She also had the vegetable lasagne which was so bad that she sent it back. I had the eggplant parmesean, which was okay.

This time we went at the end of the evening (8:30). The kitchen was about to close, we called ahead and told us to get there in 10 and they would still serve us, so the staff was wonderfully accomedating. But in the past, we have gone earlier in the evening and the place was mobbed.

Pros: staff, prices

Cons: Food, ambiance

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In downtown Providence for Waterfire, we trudged up to the Italian restaurant distrit of Federal Hill without a clue as to where to have dinner. In a small park at the entrance to the district we encountered four ladies of a certain age who could have been there since the mid-sixties. "Where to eat?" we asked. Cheap, authentic, good service. "Angelo's" they answered in a chorus. It's truly like eating in your grandmother's kitchen, if her kitchen seated about 50 and had a miniature train running on a track just below the ceiling the perimeters of the room. In the same family for three generations, it's pretty standard home-style Italian-American specialities. Meatballs and french frieds anyone? But the just better than mediocre food is more than balanced by the price-value relationship and the cordiality of the staff and other customers.

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★★★★☆

In downtown Providence for Waterfire, we trudged up to the Italian restaurant distrit of Federal Hill without a clue as to where to have dinner. In a small park at the entrance to the district we encountered four ladies of a certain age who could have been there since the mid-sixties. "Where to eat?" we asked. Cheap, authentic, good service. "Angelo's" they answered in a chorus. It's truly like eating in your grandmother's kitchen, if her kitchen seated about 50 and had a miniature train running on a track just below the ceiling the perimeters of the room. In the same family for three generations, it's pretty standard home-style Italian-American specialities. Meatballs and french frieds anyone? But the just better than mediocre food is more than balanced by the price-value relationship and the cordiality of the staff and other customers.

Pros: Bang for buck, Friendly service, Family atmosphere

Cons: Really bright lights, Screaming kids, No credit cards

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I have been in Los Angeles for the last 3 years. I have tried the best of the best of LA. I was born and raised in RI and lived there for 30 years. Angelo's worst is comparable to LA's best. If ther is one thing I miss about RI, it would be waiting for the chicken parm special just to take an extra half-hour lunch break. My boss understood completely just as long as I brought him his noodle soup and cheese ravioli. The food at Angelo's is comparable to the old neighborhood Grandma who, on wednesday night, would serve the entire family, friends and neighbors the best I talian food on the planet, from the crusty bread, to the all day sauce. REAL Rhode Islander's know what I'm talking about. The only thing I don't like about Angelo's is there is none In LA!

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★★★★★

I have been in Los Angeles for the last 3 years. I have tried the best of the best of LA. I was born and raised in RI and lived there for 30 years. Angelo's worst is comparable to LA's best. If ther is one thing I miss about RI, it would be waiting for the chicken parm special just to take an extra half-hour lunch break. My boss understood completely just as long as I brought him his noodle soup and cheese ravioli. The food at Angelo's is comparable to the old neighborhood Grandma who, on wednesday night, would serve the entire family, friends and neighbors the best I talian food on the planet, from the crusty bread, to the all day sauce. REAL Rhode Islander's know what I'm talking about. The only thing I don't like about Angelo's is there is none In LA!

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Nestled amidst the bustling butcher shops, pasta stores and bakeries of Federal Hill, this spot stands out as the quintessential Italian eatery in Providence's quintessential Italian neighborhood. Guests share the tables: Italians from the…

 

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