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Posted by Pete on 11/28/2013
The food is SO SO the prices OH NO .
Posted by Patty on 10/15/2012
Went there before a concert and it was quite crowded. Service was outstanding and our meals were great. I had the gnocchi (homemade) and my husband had the veal chop. Both dishes were superb. The waitstaff and manager were very attentive and friendly. Would recommend to anyone.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/03/2012
Too expensive. Locals will stay away from thus place but tourists who don't know will patronize it. Don't waste your time nor your money.
Posted by Lori M on 03/20/2012
The crab cakes are the best. The staff is soo friendly and kind . the food is fresh everytime we go their. I never tasted penne Rosetta this good. The dessert selection is one of the best. My favotite salad is the capri salad. It is the right amount of Mozzerella and tomatoes. My boyfriend likes everything. Caeser salad is the best. If I could go there every day. I would.
Posted by 1st timer on 09/25/2010
We tried this restaurant for the first time and it didn't impress us like we hoped it would. The food doesn't live up to the prices. Don't plan on going back.
Posted by THcolby on 11/19/2009
I live in the area and Popi's is a great place for a small reception (like after a funeral, etc). The restaurant is beautiful and the staff is friendly. Only problem is the food. Its just 'ok'. I went there last year with my family for their Christmas Eve Price Fixed Menu. It was not good. The family style portions werent enough for 3 people let alone 8. It was also way overpriced. Bad sign when I have to make a sandwhich after just leaving a restaurant.
Posted by raven on 09/03/2008
Popi's is a favorite for the neighborhood crowd. It is spacious and allows you elbow room. But food-wise, Popi's is little better than an Olive Garden with much higher prices. Popi's does well on funeral lunches and banquets, but there superior places to dine in the area.