The Best Italian restaurants in Nassau

The Best Italian restaurants in Nassau

There are 54 comments on the Newsday story from Jan 21, 2008, titled The Best Italian restaurants in Nassau. In it, Newsday reports that:

NASSAU Angelina's , 1017 Oyster Bay Rd., East Norwich, 516-922-0033; and Angelina's II, 30 Berry Hill Rd., Syosset, 516-364-8234. These two restaurants look different but have similar, tempting menus.

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lee

Jackson, NJ

#1 Jan 22, 2008
you forgot the Centurion in Garden City South
Leslie

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Jan 23, 2008
For you not to include LaParma is crazy
gastroman

New York, NY

#3 Jan 23, 2008
Stresa has become a victim of itself. Its emense popularity resulted in a drop from spectacular quality food to average quality food still at spectacular prices.
rick

Milford, CT

#4 Jan 23, 2008
Two words....Giulio Cesare
Foodie

Brooklyn, NY

#5 Jan 23, 2008
rick wrote:
Two words....Giulio Cesare
Totally agree w/ Gulio Cesare...must also mention La Pace and Rialto. These restaurants have thrived on a traditional seasonal Italian menu while others pretend to be something they are not. I could keep going to these three restaurants and no others for the rest of my life.
Paulie

AOL

#7 Jan 23, 2008
This place is the BEST on LI and maybe the City also...Great food and the Staff treats you like a King or a Queen, no joke!
King Umberto, 1343 Hempstead Tpke., Elmont,
Escusa - Un Momento

Plainview, NY

#6 Jan 23, 2008
Don't forget Boccaccio's for Northern Italian.
Their service is impeccable; their food is divine.
For dessert, the waiters make an incomparable zabaglione (a custard and Marsala wine creation drissled over fresh berries) right in front of you!
Address: 275 West Old Country Road Hicksville, NY 11801.
5164336262
janet

AOL

#8 Jan 23, 2008
Leslie wrote:
For you not to include LaParma is crazy
Food is good but much, much too loud to sit and enjoy your dinner. It's like eating in a high school cafeteria with all the yelling from the crowd.
Jack Frfeeport

New York, NY

#9 Jan 23, 2008
you missed Boccaccio's in Hicksville
Kokomo Joe

United States

#10 Jan 23, 2008
They forgot everyone who wouldn't give the grubs a free dinner! Clearly their list needs expanding! The Italians will be collectively looking for everyone involved with this list. Good luck with that one stunod!
geez

Denver, CO

#12 Jan 23, 2008
Leslie wrote:
For you not to include LaParma is crazy
the one in williston park is great.
family style so the portions are huge.
mom of 3

Columbia, MD

#13 Jan 23, 2008
La Strada on Merrick Ave in Merrick is amazing. It should have made the list. The service and food is incredible.
Rosemary

Uniondale, NY

#14 Jan 23, 2008
You have overlooked one of the finest italian restaurants in all of Nassau and Suffolk combined. Family run (from Italy) Prince Umberto's in Franklin Square. Unpretentious, moderately priced. They make you feel at home and if you are italian, the cooking makes you believe your mother is in the kitchen!
Rosemary

Uniondale, NY

#15 Jan 23, 2008
Welfare Momma wrote:
I dont like italian food. They are alsways rude to me at their resteronts. They dont like to explain what the food is with those crazy names they give them. Why cant they give the food normel names. I went to a italian deli with my dauter Listerine and her dauter Aquanetta and the fool working there didn't know what food stamps were and did'nt take them so i could get my meatball sandwich and six pack. I made a complaint to the social services and that deli got big fine and closed. Served them right.
Is this a joke? You have food stamps and a computer? Food stamps pay for a six pack? And to top it all off, you can't spell! Shame on you.
Hmmm

United States

#16 Jan 23, 2008
Rosemary wrote:
<quoted text> Is this a joke? You have food stamps and a computer? Food stamps pay for a six pack? And to top it all off, you can't spell! Shame on you.
Of course it's a joke! Relax, and laugh at the absurd humor!
Don Imus

Paris, France

#17 Jan 23, 2008
Is Nick D'Angelo in Merrick that good or just a gussied up Olive Garden? I still miss "Foccacia Grill" in Lynbrook!(Please come back to the business Leo!)
Josh

United States

#18 Jan 23, 2008
No Giulio Cesare....no credibility!
kjt

Pompano Beach, FL

#19 Jan 23, 2008
Don Imus wrote:
Is Nick D'Angelo in Merrick that good or just a gussied up Olive Garden? I still miss "Foccacia Grill" in Lynbrook!(Please come back to the business Leo!)
If Bobby Ocera is still the chef then it is AWESOME!!!...great food. He learned from the best.
R Cass

Wantagh, NY

#20 Jan 23, 2008
Angelina's and Angelina's II is the best. Great food and great service. The Morello family really knows how to run a restaurant.
Welfare Momma

Richmond Hill, NY

#21 Jan 23, 2008
Rosemary wrote:
<quoted text> Is this a joke? You have food stamps and a computer? Food stamps pay for a six pack? And to top it all off, you can't spell! Shame on you.
sorry bout the late reply, I just got back in.
Shame on you. You saying you dont drink. I know italians like wine, but I didn't say I bawt beer.

You's the dummest. Have you ever heard of a tipo.
I spell great.

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