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Pasquale's Rigoletto Restaurant
Italian Restaurant$$$
Today 12:00 – 10:30 pm
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2311 Arthur Ave, Bronx, NY 10458
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2311 Arthur Ave Bronx, NY 10458
2311 Arthur AvenueUSNew York10458
$$$Italian Restaurant, BarToday 12:00 – 10:30 pm
Monday 12:00 – 9:00 pmTuesday 12:00 – 9:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 9:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 9:00 pmFriday 12:00 – 9:30 pmSaturday 12:00 – 10:30 pmSunday 12:00 – 9:00 pm
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Neighborhood staple & post-Yankee-game favorite with classic Italian red-sauce dishes.- Google
"Food: Excellent athentic classical Italian food."
"Great place to eat before a Yankee game Hearty Italian food and good service."
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D Nguyễn
2 months ago
After a lovely time enjoying the orchids at the Botanical Gardens how can you miss not enjoying some good Italian cuisine on Arthur Blvd? We were hungry and it was early so many of the restaurants weren’t open yet for dinner service. Luckily Pasquale was open and menu satisfied everyone. The restaurant looked much bigger with the mirrored wall and pleasant interior. Our peppy server was funny and ready to take our order. We had the veal and lamb shank entrée and my other friend had the pasta and calamari. The pasta cooked al dente and the shanks was tender and well seasoned. All the entrees could easily be shared by two people. It was a good day in the Bronx. Lots of flower photography and a satisfying Italian dinner. Now it was time to get back on the train head home.
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How Low Can One Get
6 months ago
Nuttin but nuttin but DA' BESY
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d wags
a year ago
50 years a new yorker, first time to Arthur Ave. This restaurant was truly authentic Italian, a dying breed. Fresh cheeses, great bread and pasta, huge selection, friendly welcoming family feel. Fun night all around, private parking lot a huge bonus. Definitely will be going back.
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Clarissa Silva
a year ago
I am a native New Yorker and will keep to the directness of how we are known to be :) ***I would rate the food and dining room service 4 stars, but the host really makes the score lower. I'd say 3.5 overall score. Food: Excellent athentic classical Italian food. I really enjoyed their arrabiata sauce and the carbanara sauce!!! Drinks: Great wine list! Space: The dining room is very intimate and elegant making it the perfect place for date nights, business dinners, or get-togethers. Scene: Date night. Romantic dinner. Get-togethers. Pre-Yankee game food. People watching. Hilarious scene. Crowd: Mostly locals, professionals, families, and retirees. Ughh sometimes you will definitely feel like you are in a Goodfellas scene :) Service: The wait staff and dining room staff are very attentive, courteous and professional! However, the host is unbelievably unprofessional and rude. Been going there for years and I think it's gotten worse this past year. She's making me not want to go back. -Should you be complaining about other customers in front of other customers and drop the f bomb about them? -Should you complain about the amount of work you have to do, but I see 7 servers in the next room doing nothing and the bar isn't being attended? -Should you take food out of a aluminum tray and let it drop on the bar & not clean it up?
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John Quezada
a month ago
Amazing experience. Authentic Italian food, are sever was hilarious and very on point with the service. Will definitely recommend and will most likely be back
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Doe Cavalera
10 months ago
This is the real deal! Staff were gracious and accommodating. It was very busy, but they were speaking Italian with my uncle and there was no rush or pressure. The food is true southern Italian, The warm bread and cold plate of antipasto (cheeses, sun roasted tomatoes and peppers, mushrooms, Genoa salami, brichole,etc) was fresh, tasty, and enough for 3. I ordered gnocchi Bolognese , little potato filled dumplings with a tremendous meat sauce. More meat than sauce and more than i could eat at once. (We all had doggie bags!) My aunt had veal Franchese and a giant salad. I tasted the veal and it was brilliant. Light, not gamey, and sauteed in white wine, butter and herbs. I almost regretted my order it was that good! My uncle had steak, linguine with clam sauce, and a raddiccio salad that was crunchy, savory, and huge. To the person complaining that she only got vinegar and oil with it - That's Italian!! A huge piece of Italian cheese cake that i couldn't finish but had to taste, cappuccino & espresso, and my uncle's tiramisu, it was perfection. Almost forgot the vino! The bottle of Merlot was light and warm, a terrific companion for hearty Italian fare. Bravo! Delicioso! Viva Arthur Avenue!
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Diane Hodges
a year ago
Awful. We went on a Tuesday night and found the food and service disappointing. Our Radicchio salad was just a pile of chopped radicchio drizzled with oil and vinegar. The Eggplant Parmesan was good but the Gnocchi Bolognese were awful - so soggy they were almost slimy. They were also very salty and our waiter disappeared; I had to leave the table twice to find someone to refill my water glass. With a half-carafe of house wine, the bill was $75. Needless to say, we will not being going back.
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ej shortell
a year ago
I ate dinner here with my friends. It was very good. Reservations are a must. It gets very crowded. My friend loved the bread (soft inside and crunchy crust) served with parmigiana regiano. Yummy. He was going to forego dinner for more cheese and bread. Our dinner was delicious. Fried calamari, baked clams, mozzeralla with tomatoes. Veal parmigiana, broiled bass, shrimp marsala, and more. The pasta was very fresh. Prices are expensive. There is a pre-fixed lunch and dinner. I went back for lunch with two friends. We had the prixe fix lunch. The service was great and the price was not expensive. The regular prices are expensive. Our service at dinner was not good. But the food is good. I would go back.
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