Atlanta >Baroni Casual Italian
I ordered the spaghetti and veal meat balls and lasagna for $14.95 each through Zifty. The portion size is incredibly small (like a small appetizer at best) and the food tastes like CRAP.
Zifty delivered the order on-time as scheduled.
Stay away from this place. They should pay me to eat their food. My cat gets better tasting food. YUCK!!!!!!!!
This is a good spot to go to with kids or without. I went with my family and we felt comfortable. Our children are well behaved, but still, I don't like to feel like I am crashing date night, so that attitude was absent.
The pies are good, but did not seem as tasty as Baronda.I did like the salads. Well priced. a good addition to the area.
Citysearch Editorial Review. With that familiar Italian coupe parked outside, Baroni cutely displays its ties to upscale Atlanta favorite, Baraonda. The casual space and friendly service make a perfect backdrop for wines by the glass and happy, sharable plates--it’s like Baraonda for the business casual crowd. And like at its more formal sibling, Neapolitan-thin pizzas and reliable pastas are can’t-miss choices, whether you opt for the signature carryover prosciutto di parma pizza, or Baroni’s unique fusilli salsiccia pasta laced in a cream sauce. What sets the menu apart is a design-your-own mozzarella bar. Pick a version (buffalo, ciliegine or the irresistible, cream-laced burrata) and pair it with a choice of cured Italian meats (prosciutto, speck, or bresaola). The plate arrives drizzled with aged balsamic and arugula, and can act as an appetizer for the table … or a meal for the gluttonous.
Legendary Pizza, Dining Bar Facing Peachtree!.
Everyone who has ever attended an event at the Fox Theater, has dined at nearby Baronda, with their wonderful individual pies. Now comes the spin-off in South Buckhead/Brookwood, in my hood. Great.
What Wolfgang Puck left behind, that great pizza oven, is now part of the Baroni pizza masters, and their rustic Italian menu. We sat at the bar. And what a bar. It faces straight out onto Peachtree. Are those drivers watching us nosh down these Italian morsels, with a wonderful glass of Italian vino?
We started with a seasonal Salami Antipasto Platter, with various cheeses, and different varieties of salami. That went fast with the crusty bread. The salad of Gorgonzola, walnuts, dry cranberries and apples, disappeared fastly also. The excellent basic Margherita pie, was right on, and I always judge pizza establismnets by the Margherita. I had to order the Linguini w/red Clam Sauce. Terrific! My companion had the Lasagana w/Bechamel Sauce. It was very dry, and had a strange taste. Baroni has a wonderful Italian wine selection.
Did I mention free parking at Brookwood Place. Welcome to the hood.
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