Gluten-Free and Fantastic!.
My husband and I have eaten here two times this week after finding out that they can accommodate our gluten-free diet. Not only were they able to offer us tons of gluten-free menu options, including several types of pasta, gnocci and 3 (yes, three!) dessert choices, but it was absolutely delicious. The service is superb and everything we have eaten (three pasta dishes, saltimbocca, almond torte, tiramisu, and dark chocolate cake) has been out of this world. Did I mention it was gluten-free?!
I would eat here every day if I could! Spread the word!
Great Food. We had lovely authentic italian cuisine at this restarurant. I have been to Italy and know that this is the real deal. My husband and I are going back tomorrow night, and are taking another couple.
Would Rather Flush My Money Down the Toilet. My family and I would be happy to patron any small business in town, but after discovering how rude one of the male owners is, we will never return again. We overlooked the fact that his people skills weren't top shelf, when we first tried the restaurant. However, we have not been able to ignore his holier-than-thou, imperious attitude towards close family, friends and acquaintances who also are restaurant owners or manage restaurants in PTC. He makes a habit out of ordering food from other places and promising to pay back in the not-too-distant future but never does. When he's called out on it by restaurant owners or managers who let him get away with it the first few times, assuming he would be good for it, he gets angry and doesn't return. As a small business owner himself, it's amazing that he can be that audacious. Then, there's his other habit of walking directly into the kitchens of other restaurants, like he owns their establishment, as well. I've heard the other small business owners trade stories about how they've had to keep him from walking into their kitchens. Even if he were the President, his behavior would be completely unacceptable. I suppose he's compensating for his 400 lbs. of insecurity. Given his attempts to walk away with free food from other restaurants in town, I can only imagine the quality that is compensated from the food he serves at Borgo Italia.
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