La Festa - Italian Type Restaurant in Myrtle Beach with 7 reviews
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La Festa

Italian Restaurant in Myrtle Beach

 
La Festa
Rated: 2.8 out of 5 with 7 Reviews

Featuring Antipasto appetizers, Prima Piatti entrees, Brick oven Pizza, Homemade pasta, Desserts and specialty drinks.


La Festa
9911 N.Kings Hwy
Myrtle Beach
857-210-5188
Hours: Monday-Sunday 4pm-till
General Info:
  • Lunch Served
  • Dinner Served
  • Snacks or Appetizers
  • EarlyBird Specials
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La Festa
Posted: Aug 15th, 2015 at 11:43 am
From: columbia, SC
By: dl


Avg. Rating:4.3
The food was amazing. The pork osobucco was fantastic. I wanted to keep eating it, but I knew if I did I wouldn't be able to get out of the restaurant. I was a little disappointed at the amount of calamari for the price. The quality and taste were great, but the portion size was a bit small. I also had pasta fagioli which was just like my grandmother used to make. We had a party of twelve and we're able to be seated right away at 6:30 on a Friday night, without reservations!! All in all a great Italian restaurant in Myrtle Beach!! Would definitely recommend this place and will definitely be back!!
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La Festa
Posted: Mar 25th, 2015 at 11:49 pm
From: New york, NEW YORK
By: mp


Avg. Rating:4
The service was Great and the food was very tasty. I would recommend this restaurant!
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La Festa
Posted: Feb 22nd, 2015 at 3:38 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA
By: ln


Avg. Rating:3
The worst restaurant experience that we have ever encountered! The specials were not as advertised and they were out of several items. Our waiter disappeared after taking drink orders. After 20 minutes, we asked a nearby waitress to assist us. Never saw the original waiter...he may have fallen into a vortex or quit. The food was not what we expected.The steak was so fatty that only half was even eatable. No bread was offered,which is indeed odd at an Italian restaurant. A very big let down and waste of money.
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La Festa
Posted: Oct 06th, 2014 at 7:45 pm
From: Sav, GEORGIA
By: fp


Avg. Rating:1
Awful! I was able to swallow enough saliva on the way home anticipating food that I was no longer hungry.Had a sign advertising $3.00 drinks then they tell you it is in the bar only. Cold bread which tasted like store bought white bread. Minestrone soup(and my wife agrees with me) tasted of chili mix. Pitiful pasta. Veal had no flavor. The worst in Myrtle beach to date for us.
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La Festa
Posted: Aug 27th, 2014 at 12:11 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: kd


Avg. Rating:5
Real fresh , real Italian
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La Festa
Posted: Aug 04th, 2014 at 12:30 am
From: Pittsburgh, PA
By: sal


Avg. Rating:3
I rarely write reviews but I had to this time because I rely on them so much and hate people have a bad experience. We've been coming to Myrtle Beach for at least 15 years and this was the worst dining experience we've had. This place used to be Cagney's which we liked so we thought we would try it. We arrived at 6:00 and the place was almost empty so I thought that may be a bad sign but I thought it's still relatively early. Took at least 10 minutes to be waited on. Appetizers were ok, bread was not warm but fresh. Calamari thick and chewey. Seafood meatballs were a little weird and fishy. Caprese salad was the best. Service was extremely slow despite the emptiness. But the entrees were horrible. My husband and I both got the seafood tagliatelle (pasta with shrimp, mussels and scallops). I didn't see any scallops at all, there were 5 mussels and the shrimp was the baby shrimp from a can, terrible and mushy. The sauce tasted like a frozen dinner sauce. My mother-in-Law got the seafood lasagne. same with canned shrimp and the noodles were crispy and hard. I think it may have been frozen and microwaved. My son's pizza was soggy, not crispy at all and they claimed to bake it in a brick oven. Then the waitress brings us 2 checks without explanation. The other for $10.95 which she said was my glass of wine. How did that get on a separate check?? We had a 10% off coupon but it didn't cover that separate wine. Weird! No chocolate milk or apple juice for kids, just soda. Won't be going there again. They don't seem to be Italian so I don't know how they thought they could run an Italian restaurant.
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La Festa
Posted: Jul 24th, 2014 at 7:38 am
From: Johnstown, PA
By: bt


Avg. Rating:4.2
We actually discovered this restaurant "by accident" when searching for a place to eat recently. We know the area well but were not aware of this new eatery.
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