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Posted by steve on 02/08/2011
heres a place where our water was brought out in a hot glass, with no ice and warm water! oh and no lemon but i guess that was the least of the problems. then my order of "spicy crab soup" comes out and what do we have? a bowl of marinara! spaghetti sauce with no crab! but the best is yet to come- my 20$ order of "stuffed rigatoni"...this is where it really got halarious and infurirating at the same time. a crock pot bowl is brought out to me (weird but ok whatever it counts whats inside of it) and when i open what do i see?? wa-la! nothing! i have to lean over to see whats in side of it to discover a tiny kiddie portion of pasta and a few peices of sausage!! unbelievable! and this was not a prank or mistake. little portions at high prices only works when the food IS GOOD and this was far from the case. be warned, you are better off at dominos for "italian" food! only a dull suburbanite who gets out once a month for "dinner night out" would find this place enjoyable.
Posted by Blake on 07/29/2010
My wife and I had an extremely good time at Spampinato's last Saturday night. We typically enjoy the outside atmosphere of their Grotto seating at Spampinato's, but due to the excessive heat we sat inside and enjoyed a wonderful meal with all the classic Italian songs playing in th background. They have a traditional Italian menu with a unique twist. Their clams with pasta in their red sauce was the best I've ever had. Their sauce is so good that I asked for some to take home and the happily gave it to me! I want people to check this place out because it is hard to find good classic home feel Italian food in our area, and Spampinato's is great. I can't wait to go back!