Littleton restaurant wins license app...

Littleton restaurant wins license approvals

There are 32 comments on the Lowell Sun story from Jul 13, 2010, titled Littleton restaurant wins license approvals. In it, Lowell Sun reports that:

The owner of a new Italian eatery garnered himself five new friends and possibly a handful of regulars last night.

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tre amici is a joke

Littleton, MA

#21 Jul 15, 2010
how can there be reviews on the web site if it hasn't even opened. just more lies from the tre amici whod ya pay off to get your license
Always an Acre boy

Lawrence, MA

#22 Jul 15, 2010
doomed wrote:
Serving breakfast lunch AND dinner from the start? Its doomed. Focus on one thing and do it well.
I agree. Just serve lunch and dinner. There are already a few establishments serving breakfast in that area. Stick with a nice lunch and dinner menu and keep your prices reasonable for the general public, and your restaurant should survive. Try to make it a high priced fancy restaurant and you risk going under . That's what happened to a restaurant in Tyngsboro that was formerly a gentleman's club .Their prices were tooo high for the general public, and they went under. Good luck.
Cid E Sicker

Sonoma, CA

#23 Jul 15, 2010
Did not North Chelmsford have an Italian rest. move into town a about month ago?
Cid E Sicker

Sonoma, CA

#24 Jul 15, 2010
What is an Acre boy ?
Laughing out Loud

Billerica, MA

#25 Jul 15, 2010
Hey George and Dave why dont you say your really from tewksbury and not wilmington. Dont be scared. we know who you are. see you around town boys.
treamiciisajoke- concerned

Littleton, MA

#26 Jul 16, 2010
Hi my name is Linda I am a Littleton resident and work in Wilmington I have been writing posts regarding tre amici after doing much research. It is very sad that two innocent men are being blamed and threatened for the comments I have been making- these poor guys probably don't even know whats going on. I wanted to come forward as I could never live with myself if something happened to these poor guys. All I will say is do what I do when a new business opens in your town do research you'll learn alot.. and to Dave and George if your out there sorry you are being blamed for my comments. and to tre amici i too am laughing out loud at you
littleton resident

Acton, MA

#27 Jul 31, 2010
Who are you talking about? Why are all of you so concerned about what Littleton needs when you don't live here?

WELCOME to the new restaurant- We can't wait to eat there!

Brookline, MA

#28 Jul 31, 2010
Frankly, who cares if there are sprinklers or not. Over crowding and lack of egress are the most serious threats to customer safety.

Pepperell, MA

#29 Aug 27, 2010
We went there for dinner last night and we will not be returning. We ordered the calamari and it was OK, but needed salt.
The house salads arrived and they appeared to have been dressed over an hour ago and were not appetizing.
The entrees arrived and my wife had the veal picata, which was not bad. I had the veal marsala and it was terrible; the veal was tender but the sauce was thin and barely hinted of marsala, the mushrooms were raw, and it was garnished with prosicutto. I expected a dish with a hearty sauce, not some watered down unrecognizable thin glop. I also expected the mushrooms to be cooked.
My son had the arroncini and he said that they were not good.
The waitress needed help with the menu, which should have been a tip off from the start.
I had maybe two bites of my veal; I was shocked when I was charged for it. I was offered something else but at that point I refused because it was getting late and did not want to stay there for another hour.
As far as I am concerned when a restaurant opens, they shoud do everything to make the customer want to come back; they failed miserably on that score and we will be telling our friends.
Jim of Littleton

Littleton, MA

#30 Sep 21, 2010
My wife and I ate at Tre Amici Friday night, September 10th. The place has been beautifully restored and nicely decorated. My wife is an award-winning professional meeting planner who has tasted and tested food and service all over the world. She is very particular about her dining experiences. We both found Tre Amici to be very good both in the quality of the food and in the overall presentation. The mixed green salads, which are included with the entrees, were simple and delicious. A hint of mint added just the right touch. Both of our entrees were delicious and I particularly liked their red sauce, dark, rich and smooth. As an Italian-American, I am rather spoiled when it comes to Italian food but I found myself really enjoying the food and thinking "I can finally invite my friends out to dinner here in my home town!"
The service was a little spotty but the place was packed and it was the first night of their liquor license so I'll give them a pass on that one. We had plenty to eat and my wife even took home some of her chicken dish to be enjoyed for lunch the next day. We chatted with the owner later (this is a family business) and found him to be dedicated and enthusiastic about his new restaurant. We'll be back and will bring at least "three friends" next time!

Westford, MA

#31 Sep 21, 2010
ElliottB wrote:
We went there for dinner last night and we will not be returning. We ordered the calamari and it was OK, but needed salt.
I had lunch there two weeks ago. The 'hot' rolls that were served with lunch were still frozen inside. The waitress took them away and brought back fully warmed rolls. The meal was ok. If I want Italian in the area, I'll go to Vincenzo's.

I would not go for breakfast. I'd rather go to Paul's in Westford for a better menu.
Chip Shots

Littleton, MA

#32 Jan 13, 2011
I'm assuming that the "George" and "Dave" comments are referring to Dave the owner of Carlin's and George the owner of what used to be Homeruns, now Chip Shots. Chip Shots is now under new ownership, I know this because I bought the place :) George is no longer the owner. My name is Dave H. and while I can't speak for anyone else, I would never disparage another local restaurant online especially since I'm in Littleton resident and have a vested interest in seeing the town grow and prosper. Good luck and good business Tre Amici.

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