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Patrizio
Italian Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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101 Fairview Station Pkwy Fairview, TX 75069
101 Fairview Station PkwyUSTXFairview75069
(972) 363-2101patrizios.net
$$Italian Restaurant, BarToday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Patrizio serves traditional Italian family fare refreshed and revitalized with a modern approach.
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A classic Italian menu is served in a stately yellow-walled space with chandeliers & a patio.- Google
People talk about chicken and mushroom lasagna, hearts of palm, grilled italian sausage, pasta dish and the house salads
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Carey Zarate
reviewed 2 months ago
Normally we come for lunch as they offer a good gluten free menu.. Tried for dinner and it was a miserable failure. First we got to watch the bartender pour glasses of wine using the leftovers from a few bottles.. Then I ordered from the gluten free menu. First salad was covered in croutons.. So sent it back. Next salad came out and looked mixed up but not covered in croutons. After a few bites I realized it had croutons mixed in ( small pieces). So after a trip to the restroom I give up on the salad and await the main. Its in a pesto sauce that had more oil than I have ever seen used. Not great. Manager came to apologize for the gluten mishap but that was it. Oh well...food is better at lunch when they are empty. Won't be back for dinner and if you go and are gluten free, triple check your food.
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Response from the owner - 2 months ago
I'm so sorry to hear this, Carey. Since you're someone who's enjoyed our lunch offerings, I'm terribly disappointed that your dinner was not up to par. I can assure you that your experience is definitely out of the norm for us, and I'll be following up with the staff personally to make sure mishaps like the croutons in your gluten-free salad and the heavy-on-the-oil pesto sauce are one time happenings. Moving forward, I hope to see you back for lunch and dinner sometime soon! I know that we can provide nothing but the gluten-free best. 'Til next time, Jonathan Thomas - GM
A Google User
reviewed 2 years ago
CLASSY NEW YORK ATMOSPHERE - CASUAL VERY ATTENTIVE STAFF. Entrees were excellent. No waiting on food or refills of beverages. the lighting was low. The music soft and classic. Seating was far enough apart you could not hear conversations other than at your own table. We were surprised at what a find this was. Went there for our fathers birthday. I think this mau end up being one of his favorite restaurants.
Response from the owner - 4 months ago
I'm so glad we were able to provide a memorable dining experience for your father's birthday. I hope you've made it a tradition to celebrate with us since writing your review a few years back! Thanks for leaving us such wonderful feedback, and we look forward to your next visit. All the best, Jonathan Thomas - GM
A Zagat User
reviewed 2 years ago
Upscale italian. Nice bar with great martinis + blue cheese olives on request. Food was heavy but delicious.
Craig Critchfield
reviewed a year ago
Like most Italian places in DFW (Maggianno's Little Italy, Carraba's, Macarroni Grill, Olive Garden), this place looks nice but the food leaves much to be desired. What we consider Italian cuisine (pizza, pasta, etc) is what the Italians created during the World Wars as a way to feel like they were eating good while being poor and not getting enough meat. Sadly, this has become a "tradition", and so places like this spring up offering pizza and pasta like it's gourmet fare when actually it's poor peoples' food being sold under the guise that it's fine-dining. That's actually become the norm for the United States, b/c we see more "gourmet" hamburger, sandwich and other poor food shops opening up charging premium prices for what other countries would think is cheap food. The food here is not that great. For what others would charge you for a full meal this place charges you simply for a main course. EG: salmon is $13 ... all you get is a piece of salmon with a small pile of jullienned veggies for garnish. That's it. Side salad? Extra. Side dishes? Extra. Everything else is extra. Places like Del Frisco can get away with it, b/c they serve good food and you get lots of it for the price. But places like this are a scam. The pizza is crack-thin crust and unappealing. The house salads are spartan at best. Even the dinner salads are spartan. The chicken salad doesn't come with the bacon bits and toasted almonds that the menu says it should. The chick is cold and shredded, like it was pulled out of a bag and just ground up quickly. The pasta dishes are severly lacking in anything they say they come with , eg seafood. Lots of pasta, hardly any meat. The desserts used to be pretty good, but the last time we went recently it was as if the carrot cake had been sitting out for a few days to dry out, the chocolate flourless cake was a small sliver (rip-off for the price). Break pudding was still good. I ordered an apple tart. Everyone else gets their dessert, then the waiter shows up later to tell me they don't have an apple tart after eveyrone else is almost half-done with theirs. Asks me if I want something else. No. At this point I just want to leave. The food is not good, and hasn't been for a while. Only reason I get stuck going back is b/c my brother and mother both have gout, so they like to eat Italian as a treat. But, I think this last time they finally realized the food here is not good. The decor is nice, but a place that serves thin-crust pizza and cheap pasta, and charging a premium for it like it's "fine dining" is a rip-off.
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
I apologize that you've had several less-than-impressive experiences with us, Craig. Regardless of what the definition of 'real' Italian food is, we strive to provide traditional Italian fare with a refreshed and revitalized approach. I'm sorry that we disappointed you on your most recent visit, but we've been working hard to improve based on the customer feedback we've received. Think you could give us another shot? All the best, Jonathan Thomas - GM
A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
My fiance went here after being turned away from an empty (seriously) Wyland's. Not only was this place busy the entire time we were there (nearly 3 hours) but we were treated well, they had excellent service, good drinks and excellent food. We will be back. We sat at the bar and the two bartenders were very friendly and attentive. The atmosphere in Patrizio was great as well. I HIGHLY recommend this place!
Response from the owner - 4 months ago
I know it's been a while, but I'd just like to say how grateful we are that you'd take the time to leave us such wonderful feedback. I hope you and your fiance have dined with us many times since your review! All the best, Jonathan Thomas - GM
A Zagat User
reviewed 2 years ago
More hit and miss than a baseball game. Pizzas are pretty good but most of the pasta has all the subtlety of being hit in the head by a pitch.

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