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Necces Italiano Restaurante
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311 Main Ave S Park Rapids, MN 56470
311 Main Ave SUSMNPark Rapids56470
(218) 237-4625
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Marilyn Painter
reviewed a week ago
This year they've started a happy hour that starts at 3 and runs until 6. My friend and I ordered the cheese plate (all appetizers 1/2 price on this side of restaurant during those hours). Lovely cheese plate - really too much for two and this was the small plate. The crostini was warm and well made. Not just a bunch of stuff thrown together. Figs, Apricots, 3 different kinds of cheese, peppers, olives, 4 types of meat. Have been there before and had the chicken piccata. It was wonderful, capers and capellini underneath flavored with lemon. Good, good restaurant.
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Joe Goulet
reviewed 11 months ago
Me and my friend Chubbs stopped in to Necce's for dinner and we did not know what to expect. Parked out front was the On The Road with Jason Davis van. We went inside and Jason Davis was sitting at a table eating a salad with his camera man. Chubbs ordered the Flank Steak and I ordered the Chicken Marsala. Both dishes were excellent and the service was very good also. I can't wait to go back next time I'm visiting Park Rapids.
Mike Hoschka
reviewed 8 months ago
Hands down, the best restaurant in the area! Fresh ingredients, everything made in house. WOW!
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Gillette Kempf
reviewed 4 months ago
We've eaten here twice and both times it was fantastic! I lived in New York State for 26 years, and in Little Italy, The Bronx, NYC for five of those years. The food is just like taking a giant step and being back in Little Italy. All the details are there, from the bread at the beginning of the meal, the salad (order it as Italians do, with crumbled blue cheese and oil and vinegar), the antipasti platter is a generous board with meats, cheeses, olives, and pepperoncini in perfect balance. The main course offerings include pasta, chicken, and steak. The pasta is perfect without being overcooked. The sauces are delicate combinations of flavor that swirl together in your mouth and do not drown the pasta. Our service both visits was wonderful; our servers were personable and friendly without being obsequious. They checked regularly to see if we needed anything, whisked finished plates away so that you did not spend extended time conversing over the "bones" of your meal, boxed up leftovers discreetly on the side, and had marvelous suggestions when making tough decisions over bountiful choices on the menu. If you would like a little taste of Italian dining in New York City without the expense of plane fare, stop in!
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R Anders
reviewed 12 months ago
Went on a Thursday night with my mother, husband and two children. The ambiance was nice - low lighting, live music. The service was a little slow. But then the food arrived. And it was not good. The kids had spaghetti which was a bunch of noodles with huge chunks of tomato and onion, no real sauce and one meatball each. Both my mom and I had chicken dishes (marsala and piccata) that came with chicken that was breaded and VERY salty. You couldn't taste the salt at all. My husband's meal was fairly good - he had chicken with no breading (tuscana I think). I couldn't eat more then a few bites mine was so salty. Ended up paying well over $90 for 2 inedible meals, 2 non-kid friendly meals and one pretty decent meal. And it took well over an hour.
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reviewed a year ago
Warm and welcoming ambiance. Excellent food and service, I wouldn't hesitate to go back anytime.