Food was excellent. The arronchini was to die for. Service not so good.
Waiter was rude "to busy to answer menu questions" in fact excused himself to go help other guests while we where asking questions.
We have been there 3 or 4 times food, and service were outstanding.
My meal was very good. My husband’s meal was cold and needed to be reheated. He said his meal was okay but not great.
This was our second visit to Torino's under the new management, this time during "Restaurant Week", featuring a prix fixe dinner menu for $35. The decor is modern and simple, and on a Wednesday, Torino's was about half full and not too noisy. Service was prompt and efficient. My appetizer of mussels was very generous and tasty, and my wife enjoyed the burrata. Our entrees of the gnocchi spezzatino and the sea scallops were excellent. Desserts of tiramisu and "caramel cookie jar" were decadently delicious. Torino's wine list is surprisingly good, with a nice variety of Italian regions, and very moderately priced. We enjoyed both the Pieropan Soave and the Arcanum "Il Fauno." We'll be back!
The waiter next to us was much more attentive to us than our waitress. With Restaurant Week I would expect more Italian options on the menu. The ananchini was not hot, the cheese inside was solid and did not melt. The tiramisu was excellent.
Torino's never fails to amaze. We dined with a friend from Virginia who was blown away by the quality and variety of fantastic foods available.
My friends and I selected this place for a get together. It was an amazing delectable experience. The appetizers were incredible. The main dishes were very tasty. The deserts were the best way to end our meal. This was my first time at Torinos, but one of the member of our party has been there several times, so many that one other waitress came to our table to say hi to him. I am planning on going to Torino next week 😊
Hadn't been to this restaurant since the new owners took over. Food is still excellent. Great wine list. Service was as good as before.
We try and pick a new place for date night at least once a month. I’ve had Torinos at Home before but my husband has not. He was not disappointed. Chef John and his wife Jenna are amazing. The atmosphere was so relaxing and the food was amazing. We had a charcuterie board that was not only appealing but very tasty. The beef in my dish was so tender and the wine selection is outstanding. Make Torinos your next date night spot!
What a great experience. Great food, great service, great spot. Excellent presentation of food, excellent quality of food. Appetizers, Entrees and Deserts were all beyond great. Loved every second. Will definitely be going back
Very much enjoyed a nice night out with friends. Great food and wine.
As usual, outstanding food, very good service on a busy night. Been several times for dinner and lunch. Always very satisfied.
It was amazing!
Food was excellent. 1 complaint about service but otherwise great. Our dinner was cut short by a large group which included 5 kids - 1 screaming. The couple sitting close to us was also irritated. Would have been nice to have been offered a new table. We went elsewhere to enjoy a quiet dessert.7
Wonderful menu, full of unusual offerings: wild boar, rabbit, beef cheeks, plus the regular items with a twist. The pasta is homemade. Since our last visit the service has greatly improved. While the ambiance appears rather cold with hard surfaces everywhere, we were seated where noise was not a problem.
Keep up the good work, Torinos.
Our tortellini was not cooked all the way through. The parmesan was not as flavor full as it could have been. The bread they brought to the table was cold there was also no authentic Italian dipping sauce for the bread. Will not be coming back.
It served the purpose but I wasn’t blown away
Excellent food, quiet atmosphere, great service. Seasonal nice outdoor seating.
Great! I loved the food, and I need to make this review long enough to hit enter. Thank you
My girlfriend and I ate at Torinos'@Home Dec. 31. For New Year's Eve, there was a fixed price menu of $70 per person that included a three course meal and included a small flute of champagne. We arrived at 7PM for seatings offered between 5 and 9PM. The restaurant was not crowded. By the time we finished our entree, they had run out of all items on their special dessert menu, save one serving of a chocolate dessert. We were given the regular dessert menu to choose from. Overall, the food was OK - nothing special, the champagne was good but the serving rather tiny. I am disappointed. Even had the restaurant had a complete offering of their special dessert menu, the price charged was really big and the quality and completeness of the meal was well under what would be expected for the money. I don't see how I can recommend this restaurant to any of my friends.
We had a reservation at 7pm that we showed up promptly for. It took our meal an hour to arrive. The ribeye was ordered medium rare and arrived medium at best and clearly not hot.
We ate only part of our meal, paid and left.
I have eaten at this restaurant a few times and have never been disappointed.
The food is great and service is also good. I recommend without reservation.
A disappointing visit. If it had been our first visit we would not go back again. We have had excellent meals at Torino's before, but on this night they did not have several of the items listed on the menu. And our first two wine choices were not available. Three of our four meals were dull in flavor and not impressive in presentation. The meal was very much overpriced considering the quality and availability. Because of our previous visits, we will give Torino's another try and hope for a better experience. Perhaps they were unprepared because it was the day before a holiday...
Sadly disappointing. A friend visiting for the weekends saw this place on Diners Driveins and Dives so wanted to go. Of the 2 apps and 3 entrees only the duck was ok and it was only ok because the flavor was there but skin was not at all crisp so fat had not rendered. Food was way over priced and wine list only ok. Did not stay for dessert. Service was friendly but spotty. Again sad to say as we’d hoped to find a new go to place for visitors.
We have dined here on several occasions and it has been excellent overall. May have had an off night. There was a large party that seemed to take up all the attention. Our party of 3 waited quite a while. Server broke the cork trying to open a bottle. Food was cold when it finally arrived. We’ll give it another go but this time it was disappointing.
We found the food to be excellent in flavor, small in portions and overpriced. Our server was attentive, but removed drinks without checking to make sure we were finished with it. We were not offered any additional bread with the entrees, which is almost standard in other restaurants. Although the reservation was made and noted that it was for a birthday, no one at Torinos mentioned the birthday, or acknowledged it in any way.
I saw the menu board one morning and it looked interesting. We had out of town guests and decided to give Torino’s a try since one of us liked duck. Thee menu is not what you would see in a chain restaurant. I had the farfalle with rabbit sausage which was quite tasty and so was the duck. I would say give it a try.
Great place. One of the best restaurants in the city and needs to be tried again if you've not been in a while or have not experienced the food and hospitality of the newest owner/operator.
My wife and I celebrated our 20th anniversary there and could not have picked a better place. As soon as we walked in we were greeted with a friendly smile from a personable young man and he allowed us to be picky about the table to sit at. He was very knowledgeable about the wine, picked a great red for us and helped us pick the seafood appetizer (wonderful!!). He knew we would get too full for full courses so recommended splitting the goat cheese salad and the brisket main course....The raviolis and sauce were perfect...And although we were somewhat full, but not so much that we could avoid the molten chocolate lava cake....Yes, we are still talking about the great night there!
I may be a snob, because I hail from San Francisco, CA where we have some of the best food in the country. That said, this place was pretty bad. We went because it was on Diner's, Drive-Ins and Dives and looked promising. The wine tasted like vinegar. The food was not creative, not cooked incredibly well, and reminded me a lot of the Olive Garden. The prices were way too outrageous for what you got on your plate. We ordered a charcuterie platter to start, and one of the items was a piece of bell pepper topped with canned tuna. If I wanted that snack, I would have paid 50 cents and made it myself. Instead, I paid $20 for a crappy board of store bought cold cuts.
Skip this place. Do not go here.
While our dinner was only fair, this place can and does put a delicious meal together. I wish it were more consistent. Lunch has been consistently delicious and dinner has been consistently average to below average. The dry somewhat flavorless roasted chicken was sitting in a pool of broth which made no sense and did not improve the dish. Pork chops were good, salads were good but no one thought the pasta was delicious. Will still go back for the butternut squash pasta when it is in season though!
Wow! Just found this great neighborhood restaurant! Had lunch of warm warm goat cheese crustini and duck confit...delicious! Dillon took good care of us, too! We will be back for dinner and drinks at the bar! Pleased to find a quality Italian close to home! Thanks!
This was my first time there and it was excellent. It is going to be one of the few places that will be one my list for special occasions.
I have a son who has many different allergies and I mentioned them when I made the reservation. When we arrived they had a menu that they had taken and highlighted with the foods that he could have. They also indicated the items that they could modify to make them allergy free for him. That was a service beyond what I had seen before. I have had places help me with menus once we got there; but never one that took the time before hand. And that was just an example of the excellent service we had all evening.
This is definitely a go to place and my family and I will be back.
My boyfriend and I both went for the first time and it was all we'd heard it would be. The Agnolotti I ordered was mouth watering, tiramisu was fantastic, and great Italian sodas! The prices are more than fair for what you're getting. They were sadly out of the cheese board when we arrived but the antipasto board was a fine substitute. The service and overall atmosphere is so comfortable and friendly while also being sophisticated. Decorating was adorable. All in all we both loved our date. I'm so excited to go again!
Was awesome!!!!! Make the drive to the middle of a business district it's worth it!!!!
We've heard about this restaurant for a long time. Highly recommended by our friends. Wish we had visited sooner....it was wonderful. Do yourself a favor and go to Torino's @ Home sooner than later.
Fabulous food, service, atmosphere and after dinner coffee. I would recommend this restaurant for all occasions.
The service was good, very friendly, prompt, attentive. The food was ok. Good salad. Large portions. Would have like to have some lighter pasta options on the menu to better reflect seasonality and for summer. The tiramisu was excellent. Would go back, but wouldn't make a special trip to go there. Really liked our server though, whose name is escaping me, but he was great. Service was very, very good, I just wish the food was better.
Our waitress was very attentive and did an excellent job. The food was quite tasty, and the evening was pleasant.