i miss it. it had the best italian food in the world, and was a staple on our trip. i use to love watching them make the pasta, and how they had music. i have to go to nyc to experince it again. i also like the rest. that replaced it
I have been to Alfredos many times over the years and this was by far the best. (not that the others were bad)
Appetizers we had calamari and salad both were wonderful.
The waiter was friendly gave us the incredible service. I never had to ask for anything, I would just look down and glasses were refilled, bread etc.
For dinner we had fettuccin alredo which awesome. Hubby had gnocci which he loved. Dessert chocolate Mousse to die for!
My son who is 6 had spaghetti and meatballs and italian ice cream for dessert. he loved it all.
Alfredos is a busy place and rather loud but if you like real italian food give it a try.
It is rather $$$ but worth every penny. We will definitely be visiting again.
I'm surprised to see this go. My family and i ate there in Jan 07 since it's so famous. The pasta fagoli was good, but not the greatest and the fetticinni was good but don't expect the usual taste. It's very rich. The cannolis were some of the best though!
If you don't like the smell of fish then don't dine here, it did smell rather fishy in some areas closer to the kitchen.
Our waiter was friendly, we asked him about his hometown in Italy and found out he's from where my grandfather was born. It was very busy in there though and not all the waitstaff was as friendly.
I wonder if they're replacing it with something lower priced?
I ate there with my family on Easter Sunday '07. Their lasagna tastes so good!
This restaurant closed on August 31 2007 and was replaced by Tutto Italia Ristorante.