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Roma 3 Italian

Russellville, TN

#1 Jan 9, 2014
This place is so good and it's a really nice place to sit down and eat!!! All the workers are so cute and are super nice! You guys really need to give this place a try
Professional

Morristown, TN

#2 Jan 10, 2014
We have been twice and it is awesome!
dont give a fook

Morristown, TN

#3 Jan 10, 2014
Where is it?
Roma 3 Italian

Russellville, TN

#4 Jan 10, 2014
dont give a fook wrote:
Where is it?
It's across the street from the Hamblen county school lboard you must try it!
bones

United States

#5 Jan 10, 2014
Is it luigi with a different name. ..mum yeah
Roma 3 Italian

Russellville, TN

#6 Jan 11, 2014
bones wrote:
Is it luigi with a different name...mum yeah
When I asked they said that it's a new family and it's way diff from that place from what I can tell and also there is a Roma 1 2 and 3
Professional

Morristown, TN

#7 Jan 11, 2014
They are much better than the previous place~!
common sense

Morristown, TN

#8 Jan 11, 2014
bones wrote:
Is it luigi with a different name...mum yeah
No... it is completely different owners who also have a chain of these restaurants in other parts of tennessee... they make everything from scratch!

It is kind of like Gondolier in Jefferson City... they have the same types of stuff on their menu, pasta dishes, calzones, subs, appetizers, and the best pizzas ever!

They even have specialty pizzas like the White Pizza which has some kind of awesome white sauce made from ricotta, mozzarella and fresh garlic that they boil down into an authentic italian white sauce... it is amazing! They also have the Pesto Pizza which is also very delicious.

it is New York style pizza.. and you can totally tell the difference from any pizza that is around here. It is DEFINITELY... WITHOUT A DOUBT ... the best tasting pizza out of any place in Morristown. And that is a FACT!
not impressed

Morristown, TN

#9 Jan 11, 2014
an Italian restaurant that dont bring bread to the table unless you order it... could learn something from all the other places in town on that one
Boxerbabe

Johnson City, TN

#10 Jan 12, 2014
Not impressed either. Food was good service was not so good. They could learn a thing or two from Gondolier.
grandmother

Morristown, TN

#11 Jan 12, 2014
I agree with the last comments. We had to pay $6.99 plus tax to get bread! It's not complimentary like most other restaurants. Seriously, if we are going to have to pay $13 for a bowl of pasta (THAT DOES NOT COME WITH A SALAD!!) the least they could do it give you a breadstick before the meal. The sweet tea is horrible. I can't believe we paid this kind of money for this place. We could have went to Olive Garden and had free bread, free salad, good drinks and great pasta for less than this!

(The comparison to Gondolier is hilarious...it's not even close)
Mom

Morristown, TN

#12 Jan 12, 2014
We got cheesebread and a large pizza for $11.99. Pizza was homemade and waitresses were so kind and efficient. Thumbs up! Love it!
Lol

Morristown, TN

#13 Jan 12, 2014
Didn't like it. Could make better pasta at home. Prices are a little high for the quality of food. Hope they do well but I won't be helping them achieve that goal.
agreed

Morristown, TN

#14 Jan 12, 2014
not impressed wrote:
an Italian restaurant that dont bring bread to the table unless you order it... could learn something from all the other places in town on that one
True... But they will probably change that once they start getting enough business.
common sense

Morristown, TN

#15 Jan 12, 2014
grandmother wrote:
I agree with the last comments. We had to pay $6.99 plus tax to get bread! It's not complimentary like most other restaurants. Seriously, if we are going to have to pay $13 for a bowl of pasta (THAT DOES NOT COME WITH A SALAD!!) the least they could do it give you a breadstick before the meal. The sweet tea is horrible. I can't believe we paid this kind of money for this place. We could have went to Olive Garden and had free bread, free salad, good drinks and great pasta for less than this!

(The comparison to Gondolier is hilarious...it's not even close)
Ya know... This business is just getting started and I am sure they will eventually give free bread and all that once they have their feet off the ground.. It's not like they have been around that long to have enough money to just give away free stuff like big time restaurants... But if course I are it happening in the future. And the comparison to Gondolier isn't hilarious... Because their food is really good. They just aren't as big or enough money as Gondolier yet. They will get there!
common sense

Morristown, TN

#16 Jan 12, 2014
grandmother wrote:
I agree with the last comments. We had to pay $6.99 plus tax to get bread! It's not complimentary like most other restaurants. Seriously, if we are going to have to pay $13 for a bowl of pasta (THAT DOES NOT COME WITH A SALAD!!) the least they could do it give you a breadstick before the meal. The sweet tea is horrible. I can't believe we paid this kind of money for this place. We could have went to Olive Garden and had free bread, free salad, good drinks and great pasta for less than this!

(The comparison to Gondolier is hilarious...it's not even close)
Then why not tell them on their Facebook page so that they can hear customer comments?

https://m.facebook.com/RomaPizza3
great

Morristown, TN

#18 Jan 13, 2014
I ate there today and I agree with the one who compared it to Gondolier. I agree they have a long way to go as well since they are just starting.. But thank goodness there is a restaurant like this on our town!! Got so tired of all the regular pizzas here!! Their specialty pizzas are outstanding! I took the persons advice and my family ordered the White Sauce pizza and also the Pesto Pizza... And I was SHOCKED at how delicious and unique it was! Definitely not like anything else around here!! And that is A FACT!! Wow is all I have to say! I do wish they had homemade ranch instead of regular ranch dressing tho.
Meatballs

Morristown, TN

#19 Jan 13, 2014
My family ate there a few days ago and had pizza and pasta. Pizza was good, pasta wasn't. Waitress was a sweet lady & the manager was nice. The pizza prices are reasonable and seemed to be homemade. The pasta is expensive, not tasty and did not come with a salad. You are not served any bread which is odd for an Italian restaurant. I hope they correct some of these things because they have potential.
Friend of the Roma family

Dalton, GA

#20 Jan 16, 2014
Ok..their other 2 places are in Rogersville and Church Hill. The 1 in Rogersville has been opened for several years(more than 14 yrs to be exact) and the 1 in Church Hill was opened last year. No one has ever complained about not receiving free bread before getting their meals. Why are the Morristown customers complaining..no complaints from other 2 stores. If the prices are too much for you, then eat during their lunch hours where the prices are a bit cheaper. Yes they have wonderful pizza and its close enough to NY's pizza as I have come to eat when I am not visiting home as I am a native New Yorker..yes they're made fresh each and every time. I just don't get it..their businesses there have and continue to prosper. Its pretty much obvious that people demand more just so that they can complain.
What

Morristown, TN

#21 Jan 16, 2014
They all cheat with the women in rogersville and church hill. Guess Morristown is next

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