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Pane E Vino

Italian Restaurant in Carolina Forest

 
Pane E Vino
Rated: 3.1 out of 5 with 62 Reviews

Specializing in authentic Italian Cuisine. Prepared by native Italians. Monday through Saturday Lunch 11:30-1:30


Pane E Vino
4016-7 River Oaks Dr.
Carolina Forest
843-903-3136
Hours: Monday through Saturday Lunch 11:30-1:30 Dinner 5:00-9:30
General Info:
  • Lunch Served
  • Dinner Served
  • Snacks or Appetizers
Serving on:
  • Valentines Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Christmas Eve
  • Christmas Day
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Pane E Vino
Posted: Apr 24th, 2016 at 6:13 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: ah


Avg. Rating:3.3
Tried this on the reviews recommendations. Very disappointing! Couldn't eat the soup because of an allergy and she said she'd provide an extra large salad in its place but didn't. Pasta was doughy. Oh well not everyone likes the same thing, but being Italian I was very disappointed.
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Posted: Feb 12th, 2014 at 9:14 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SOUTH CAROLINA
By: tlr


Avg. Rating:5
I love this restaurant. Im a vegan, whichs normally makes eating out a terrible experience most definitely not the case at Pane E Vino the staff and owner came out to our table and went over my dish with me and my husbands as well. You could tell that everything was perpared fresh and it was cooked to perfection. The evening with my husband turned out as a romantic dinner with wonderful food, wine, service, and environment. Most definitely worth every penny.. 5 STARS!!!
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Posted: Jul 11th, 2013 at 7:53 pm
From: Sanford, NC
By: bmo


Avg. Rating:3
We have been several times and everything was great from the service to the food. 2 different times the owner came out and talked with us. Our grandchildren also loved the food. We are going back this weekend as we love the food. It is true Italian food
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Posted: May 21st, 2013 at 8:52 pm
From: Raleigh, NC
By: pjm


Avg. Rating:4.3
Discovered this restaurant in 2012 by recommendation of our son. It is not "fast food" and that is one of the reasons we enjoyed it. We have been back several times when visiting Myrtle Beach and always feel welcomed and relaxed. Everything we have had so far has been freshly prepared, delicious and just the right portions as not to be over stuffed. They start you out with soup and salad which is just the right amount so that you do not fill up before your entree arrives. We love the atmosphere and the entertainment. The noise level is a little high if there are a lot of people in there so don't expect intimate and cozy - this is a typical Italian family atmosphere and we thoroughly loved it including the most excellent wait staff. We will continue to go back. This is one of the best kept secrets in Myrtle Beach. Just hope they continue to thrive so that they can afford to keep their little authentic Italian restaurant open for years to come.
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Pane E Vino
Posted: Apr 19th, 2013 at 3:28 pm
From: Toms River, NJ
By: ski


Avg. Rating:2.2
Overpriced ,OK food, in a store front , in the middle of nowhere..Don't waste your time and money
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Pane E Vino
Posted: Apr 13th, 2013 at 1:52 pm
From: Carolina Forest, SC
By: rer


Avg. Rating:3.8
Food was great, service was good, but this restaurant is WAAAAAAAY overpriced.
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Posted: Sep 21st, 2012 at 12:23 pm
From: New York, NY
By: frc


Avg. Rating:4
I've been to Pan E Vino several times and the food is always excellant. I grew up eating Italian food in New York and this restaurant rates with some of the best. Anyone that says this food is bad just doesn't know what they are talking about. If you are in Myrtle Beach and want some good Italian food, this place is a must.
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Posted: Aug 19th, 2012 at 11:54 am
From: Lakewood , NJ
By: ski


Avg. Rating:2.7
Beware !!! this place is out of the way and should off your list as having good Italian food . It is awful and I am very surprised it lasted this long . If you are in the area go to the new Brother Suckers a very good value ,but drive the limit beacause the law is always looking in this area
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Pane E Vino
Posted: Jul 23rd, 2012 at 7:27 pm
From: pittsburgh, PA
By: lk


Avg. Rating:1
Worst meal in twenty years of going to myrtle beach this is my second rewiew that I have submitted.
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Posted: Jul 19th, 2012 at 7:39 am
From: Pittsburgh, PA
By: lk


Avg. Rating:2
I have never written a review on a restaurant.....but felt obligated to write one on Pane e Vino. We have been coming MB for 20+ years. We saw advertisements and reviews that led us to believe that this was a good Italian restaurant. To say we were very disappointed, is putting it mildly. The rolls were the size as golf balls.... and so hard, you couldn't even cut them with your knife. The soup was OK, but mostly broth and not enough to fill 1/3 of the bowl. The salad was served in a "hot" soup bowl. Main course was not only small but over cooked and burnt. Sauce tasted like Campbells tomato soup and so called eggplant tasted like zucchini. Instead of the traditional side of pasta there was a vegetable medley on the same plate as the main course. Tiramisu is our favorite dessert....it had to be the worst ever.m It must have been frozen and it was served melted with sprinkled with sugar and maraschino cherries. The music was so loud, the waiter couldn't even take your order. The variety went from easy listening to rock and roll. Definitely not dinner music for an Italian restaurant. This miserable experience lasted 2 hours. We don't know how this could possibly be rated as a top 5 star restaurant. There were 6 people in our party and all 6 of us felt the same
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Posted: May 08th, 2012 at 6:45 pm
From: Toms River, NJ
By: ski


Avg. Rating:2.5
To the hay seed /red neck from conway sc .you have no idea what italian should be and may a relative of the owner ..this place is a scam and is just hanging on ..is the spelling ok ?.
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Pane E Vino
Posted: Mar 04th, 2012 at 4:19 pm
From: MT Holly, NC
By: gej


Avg. Rating:4.2
We had been playing golf, walked in with no reservation in golf atire, were greeted by Amanda with a wonderful smile and were seated immediatly. The food was good but the service was better. Amanda made our visit great. Will go back next visit to MB.March 3,2012.
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Posted: Jan 19th, 2012 at 6:58 pm
From: Raleigh, NC
By: ms


Avg. Rating:4.7
Love, Love, Love it!!! Great food and wonderful people. Really enjoyed the music too. Will visit often.
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Posted: Sep 04th, 2011 at 7:47 pm
From: Calabash, , NC
By: pcp


Avg. Rating:4.8
This the finest Italian restaurant we have been to since moving here seven years ago. Food is excellent and you are not rushed by the wait staff. Truly a relaxing dinner experience.
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Posted: Aug 22nd, 2011 at 12:25 pm
From: Joplin, MO.
By: irene


Avg. Rating:5
We were visiting from Mid-West and wanted good Italian food, chose Pane e Vino and was extremely satisfied. It was excellent! The best beyond any. With everything being made from scratch made it take a bit longer but well worth the wait.It was absolutely awesome beyond compare. The service we got from our Waitress Courtney was superior. From the soup and salad to the dessert Pane e Vino is a must if you like authentic Italian food.
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Posted: Jul 14th, 2011 at 1:21 pm
From: conway, SC
By: lb


Avg. Rating:4.7
To the person from Toms River, Nebraska (???), if you are going to leave a negative review, at least learn how to spell first!!! We have eaten at this restaurant several times and the food is wonderful. We were recently there in May with a large group. Our waitress June was extremely attentive and friendly during our dinner...always making sure that everyone in our party had what they needed!! The food was delicious....the homemade pasta is excellent!! Would recommend this wonderful restaurant to all!
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Posted: Jun 20th, 2011 at 2:38 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: ls


Avg. Rating:2.7
I went to Pane E Vino last night, June 19, 2011 for Fathers Day with my wife and daughter. We have never been to this particular restaurant before and decided to give it a try. We read some of the reviews on here and heard also some good things about it and some bad. We had to decide for ourselves. I decided that I will never go back to this restaurant again. We arrived and a waiter waved us over to a table by the "bar" that they have. Now the bar seats 4 but it is stocked. The US Open Golf Tournament was on but they did not have the sound on which was fine with us since they either had an accordion player or the music coming from speakers in the ceiling. Someone decided to turn the volume to the TV way up and it was overpowering not only the music but also our conversation. People from the table next to us kept geting up to see the TV. Disturbed us to no end. We had already placed our order and started with our soup so it was a bit late to change tables. I ordered the Veal Marsala, which was very favorable but beware if you want the mushrooms that come with any normal Marsala. I got the bill and they charge an extra $2.00 for a few mushrooms. They do not tell you this. They also charge for pasta if you want a side with your meal. The sauce tasted like it came out of a Chef Boy R Dee can. The waiter that we had never even went over the specials with us nor explain that there is only 1 type of soup and 1 type of salad dressing to choose from. The other thing is the "balls" of bread that we recieved were not up to par for a restaurant of this "caliber" Some people received oil with italian herbs for their "balls" of bread, which was served by the other waiter, and the others, qith the waiter that we had, received butter that came in these little one teaspoon packages. They want to be an authentic Italian restaurant then they have to act like one. I do not mind paying a bit more for a good meal but I could have saved $30 and went to Olive Garden and enjoyed the meal more. Very upset. DO NOT RECOMMEND.
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Posted: May 14th, 2011 at 4:27 pm
From: Toms River, NEW JERSEY
By: ski


Avg. Rating:3.3
From the east coast where Itialian is King .We had problem with a food coupon and aked to see the manager , We were told he was to busy ! The food id bland and tastless .The only high lite was the bread ..I give it 6 month and it will be under .Do not waste your time and money
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Posted: Mar 19th, 2011 at 4:18 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: b


Avg. Rating:5
We tried Pane E Vino last evening instead of where we were going! What a wonderful surprise! Everything from the app to the dessert was the best we had in Myrtle Beach! We have lived here for 27 years. The service was outstanding. We are still talking to friends about it! We were told by our server (Judy) on the weekends please call for a reservation. If not you probably will not be able to get in! No one can say anything bad about this restaurant unless they are simply not accustomed to better dining! Even then they could not! We will return! Thank you for a wonderful dining experience!
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Posted: Jan 19th, 2011 at 7:45 pm
From: Webster, NY
By: tz


Avg. Rating:3.5
Fettucini Carbonara..honestly, the best I've ever had. Almost got scared off by the negative reviews. Glad we didn't. Salad was a nice mix of field greens and homemade dressing. Server was very good. If you like a nice thick hearty red sauce, you're going to be disappointed. We liked it.
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Posted: Nov 23rd, 2010 at 7:45 pm
From: Conway, S.C.
By: ld


Avg. Rating:4.3
It is true you may have to wait but it is worth the wait.From being up North originally we are very picky about our Italian food and after having lunch once and dinner there three times we have never been disappointed. The veal is so tender and the shrimp cocktail was very fresh. The dipping sauces for the homemade bread is delicious. If people would learn to slow down then maybe they could learn to relax and enjoy, you don't rush a good meal you savor it and enjoy.
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Posted: Nov 14th, 2010 at 6:29 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: bg


Avg. Rating:3.8
Just coming back from a trip to New York and dining in some of the best Italian Restauants, we figured we would be dissappointed in our first visit to Pane e Vino. Actually it was pretty good. Not the best we have ever had, not even in Myrtle Beach, but it was all pretty good and running a close second to our favorite Italian eatery in Myrtle Beach, Villa Romana. Service was exellent and the atmophere was ok, but the music could have been a little lower in volume. The pricing of the meals were not too bad, until you factor in having to pay an additional $2.00 for pasta with an order of Chicken Parm. It didn't come with pasta. A first for me! Overrall it was pretty good. I would come back, but only after I am tired of going to Villa Romana. I do suggest you all at least give it a try. You might think of it more highly than I do.
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Posted: Nov 12th, 2010 at 4:09 pm
From: conway, SC
By: jl


Avg. Rating:2.5
I've seen their tv ads and since we were coming back from Little River and would be passing by we decided to stop there and give it a try. Next time we will keep on driving.

Who has ever heard of a 17 dollar entree being upsold to 18.95 by adding a side of spaghetti...........I would expect an upsell in best buy or jiffy lube but not here.

Even though my wife ordered the side it came out with clumps which tells me it's fresh but someone wasn't watching the cooking time.

Her veal parm was okay, the sauce nothing to brag about. My veal picatta was not as tender as I would have expected.

I agree with another poster that it would have been nice to have a dipping oil.

The cd volume was really too loud.

I was not thrilled that they don't accept amex. I expect a venue that charges top dollar to accept every credit card known to man.

Our waiter made a mistake by serving me first instead of my wife.

It's the little things that make a place a winner and sadly they just did too many little things wrong.

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Posted: Oct 24th, 2010 at 11:16 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: s.j.


Avg. Rating:5
We love Pane e Vino. We eat there often and always have a great experience. The staff is always warm and helpful. We tried their chef specials - stuffed artichoke, eggplant stuffed rolls - very delicious. Pasta does not come with every entree, I think it's around 2 bucks, but you get a good amount of it and it's fantastic, you can tell it's homemade!
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Posted: Oct 11th, 2010 at 4:32 pm
From: winston salem, NC
By: ls


Avg. Rating:2
We visited this restaurant last month with a party of six. What a disappointment, never again. Food was pessimo e cotto troppo. i prezzi sono al livello
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Posted: Sep 21st, 2010 at 10:17 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, formerly Verona, NJ, SC
By: kla


Avg. Rating:5
After eating endless amount of coconut shrimp day after day since we have been in Myrtle Beach, we were all craving a home cooked meal. I had seen the television comercial on TV a few days ago but wasn't quite sure where it was. After touring the area of were we bought our new home, we had come across it! I said, let's go try that italian place tonight instead of sea food, so off we went. My husband and I along with my 89 year old ITALIAN father-in law went to Pane e Vino this evening. We walked in and the smell took us back to our yonger days of being in our grandma's kitchen on sunday afternoon when she was making gravy with bracciole and homemade meatballs. We were seating quickly by our waiter (Joseph) who was so very pleasant. Our glasses were alway full and then came our appitizers - pasta faggoli and stuffed artichoke (better than grandma's) then came the soup - stracciatella. It was out of this world! Then the homemade bread with butter! Delicious!! The amazing salad - small but full of flavor (the herbs for the dressing are home grown) - really you wouldn't have wanted a bigger salad because you couldn't fit the best part! The entrees came - I had the lasagna with homemade sausage, my husband had shrimp parm with green beans and my father-in law had penne with meatballs! EVERYTHING WAS PERFECT!!!! For a almost 90 year old italian man to say this was one of the best meals he has had in a long time (who is from Newark, NJ) - you know it has to be something!!! Oh, and the homemade cannoli and tiramisu - I had to take half my dinner home so I could fit dessert! Then Anna - one of the owners and chef came out! What a sweet woman! She instantly bonded like family with us! We are so happy to be "locals" around here! Our server Joseph was a treat! He kept us laughing and having fun.

What everyone needs to understand in Italian cooking is that EVERYTHING is made with love and care - Anna, her husband and son, put eveything they hve into this resturant to make it an EXPERIENCE. you aren't throwing a burger down your throat, you come, laugh, eat, love and enjoy. That is what this "experience" was about tonight and we can't wait to go back with our friends monday. Take the time to go, enjoy and be "part of a family". You will leave with money in your wallent and a full belly!

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Posted: Sep 04th, 2010 at 4:36 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: blb


Avg. Rating:5
I do not understand the negative comments on this restaurant,the food is the best on the beach, could be that the people complaining do not fully understand that this is fine old world Italian food, my wife and I were there 08/28/10 to celebrate my birthday and the food was excellent
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Posted: Aug 31st, 2010 at 5:35 pm
From: Longs, SC
By: pc


Avg. Rating:4.8
We were seated right away. The waitress came over and asked us if we would like a drink. Drinks were served in a timely manner. She proceeded to let us know the specials. Than we decided to pick our entree's. My husband asked if they could make something that was not on the menu, which was a salad with the baccala. They made him a fantastic baccala salad which was to die for. The soup was excellent the salads were fresh, and the dressing was excellent. Our entree's were great. I had veal scallopine marsala, which was the best I have had since living in SC. My husband had the veal ossobucco with yorkies. Well it was out of this world. The fresh homemade pasta was so lite and tastey. I highly recommend this restaurant. The waitress couldn't be more accomodating and prefessional. The evening was a very enjoyable one. We diffently will be back.
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Posted: Aug 30th, 2010 at 6:20 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: fw


Avg. Rating:2
Read about this restaurant in the paper and saw a commercial for it on TV; had our hopes up. We were seated quickly, but soon realized that the music (CD??) was far too loud and requested it be turned down. The meal was again ruined by an older gentleman (dressed quite shabbily, and in purple clothes) who played an accordian as he strolled the dining room. We had a sampler platter (chcken parm & veal parm), that came with veggies and a side of pasta (that cost extra); and a chicken parm dinner, w/veggies only. These two entrees were terrible, with only the veggies being acceptable. The soup was OK, and the small salad was somewhat acceptable. The sauce was like other reviewers had properly described as Chef Boy Ardee quality - not even as good as Chef B's. Save your money as this was perhaps the worse dining experience we have ever had!!!!!
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Posted: Aug 21st, 2010 at 10:36 pm
From: conway, SC
By: kr


Avg. Rating:3
Went to Pane Vino tonight I knew going in they had mixed reviews. we arrived at 7:00 and were seated right away in the last table first we ordered drinks and the glasses were to small for sweet tea. the homemade rolls came no dipping sauce a nice Italian bread would have been better but they redeemed theirselfs when the soup came soup was good.then the salad very light but delightfully delicous.then the main course I Had the veal marsla have chicken parm w spaggetti I almost fell over laughing when she said it tasted like chef boyardee she hadn't read the reviews she liked the chicken thought. finally the acordian player was a bonus he asked if we had any requests my daughter asked if he knew any country he asked like what she said johnny cash I asked him to play ring of fire with he did quite well we got such a kick out of that. we had a good time
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Posted: Aug 15th, 2010 at 11:20 am
From: Sunset Beach, NC
By: mwl


Avg. Rating:2.7
We visited this restaurant on a Friday night as part of a group of ten. Overall service was OK but it seemed a little understaffed. Dinner started with soup, salad, and hot bread and all were very good. Entrees, however, were a mixed bag. My wife had a nice veal marsala, though the vegetables were cold. My order of "Frutta de Mare" consisted of a huge plate of cold pasta served with very tiny clams, small tasteless mussels, and dry chewy fish (flounder?). The shrimp were large and tasty. Everything was covered with a bland orange marinara sauce that could have come out of a can. Worst dinner I've been served in any restaurant in several years, and we dine out at least twice a month. Some of the people at our table were very pleased with their meals, while a few others were extremely disappointed. We definitely will not be going back.
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Posted: Jul 24th, 2010 at 9:47 am
From: N. Myrtle Beach, SC
By: db


Avg. Rating:4.5
We have eaten here a couple of times and don't understand the negative comments by a few patrons. This is as close to a classic Italian restaurant from the old country as you are going to get in Myrtle Beach. If you check all of the reviews, you will find that the majority rated the food as excellent, and we agree. It is apparent that you can't make everybody happy. We travel extensively and eat at Italian restaurants all over the country and this ranks in the top fourth. This a hidden gem! You need to try it for yourself.
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Posted: Jul 21st, 2010 at 8:45 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: rc


Avg. Rating:1.7
WORST FOOD AND SERVICE EVER- CHEF BOYARDEE MAKES BETTER FOOD!!! When we arrived, we were basically told to wait at the bar for a table that would only take "a few minutes". It took over 20 minutes to get a table and half our order was taken. We were brought soup that tasted like dishwater, burned "bread" and no silverware. The servers were rude and had no sense of urgency. We finally got a table and our appetizers took 20 minutes. The bruschetta was soggy and cold, the portabella mushroom was burnt. When I told the server that the food was awful, she just looked at me and said ok. The veal took another 30 minutes and had ZERO flavor and was the consistency of overdone roast beef. The pasta tasted like it came from a can. My companion could not even cut through his veal. The total bill was 70$ and there was no attempt to rectify the situation. SAVE YOUR MONEY AND GO SOMEWHERE ELSE.
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Posted: Jul 19th, 2010 at 4:02 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: m.boyle


Avg. Rating:4.8
Wow, we found out this place won a "Best of the Beach" award, and I see why! We went on a Friday night, around 5:00 for an early dinner and it was fantastic! The old italian guy playing the accordion was great, our kids loved it! The food was EXCELLENT! Like the other posters said, this is an authentic Italian restaurant, so if you are in a rush for dinner, head somewhere else. But if you want a great meal at a great price, I highly recommend this place. The Chicken parmesan was great, soup was excellent, the bread and dipping sauce was excellent. Pasta was excellent, sauces were excellent. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED, cant wait to go back this weekend!
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Posted: Jun 30th, 2010 at 9:29 pm
From: Fallston, MD
By: eol


Avg. Rating:5
They should close this restaurant and move to Baltimore so we don't have to travel 8 hours to get a great Italian meal. We found this restaurant by accident while exploring the inter-coastal along River Oaks Drive. Being lunch time and not knowing what to expect we both played it safe and ordered spaghetti and tomato sauce. After tasting the sauce and realizing the spaghetti was home made, we knew we had to return for dinner. Two days later we did and were even more impressed. With the dinners you get a small salad and small soup. I stress small because it is just enough to allow the flavor to prepare you for the main course. The salad had a light Italian dressing slightly sweet which did not overpower the taste of the greens in the salad. The soup was fantastic. When I asked what the soup was, the waitress said 'scratch Italian'. Although I could have eaten an entire pot of the soup, it too was just enough to save room for the main course. That evening there was an elderly small man in a green vest, green shoes and a green hat playing an accordion. Being Irish, I thought it was a Leprechaun, but it turned out to be a very nice Italian gentlemen who asked " any requests? anything?" I thought I would throw him a curve and requested 'stairway to heaven'... he knew it and played it. Bottom line, enjoy the experience, the food and the people who work and own this establishment.
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Pane E Vino
Posted: Jun 27th, 2010 at 11:25 pm
From: Fallston, MD
By: eol


Avg. Rating:5
We stumbled upon Pane e Vino for lunch while exploring River Oaks drive which use to turn into a dirt road about 4 years ago. The food was exceptional, especially the sauce. We were so impressed, we came back the next night for dinner. If you are expecting quick service try the pizza place on the other side of the shopping center. This food is prepared from scratch. There is actually a herb garden out back where they get their seasoning. We not only enjoyed our meal, we took a menu to leave at our condo with a recommendation. Our only suggestion would be to close this restaurant and move it to Baltimore so we don't have to drive 8 hours to enjoy an exceptional Italian meal.
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Pane E Vino
Posted: Jun 27th, 2010 at 2:49 pm
From: Carolina Forest (Myrtle Beach), SC
By: jmb


Avg. Rating:4.3
Winner in the local Carolina Forest Best Of Contest for Italian restaurants and well deserving of it ! Excellent food at affordable prices. My favorite local restaurant. My personal favorites are the veal dishes, the rack of lamb and their bruschetta made with their signature crunchy rolls. You'll love this gem.
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Posted: Jun 24th, 2010 at 7:48 am
From: myrtle beach, SC
By: kr


Avg. Rating:2.3
My husband and I the other day decided to try this place close to home, we both ordered off of the Lunch menu. since the dinner menu started at 16 dollars on up. we both ordered the Lasgne, first of all, it smelled like chef boyardee, and when I tasted it. I said this sauce looks like 90 percent cream sauce with a speck of tomato sauce thrown in. and It was just as unpleasant to taste as well. I told the waiter to bring me something else and I told him to bring us the spaghetti. Oh no the same sauce poured over mushy noodles. I took two bites of it. then the waiter brought me a container to take home. how bad was it... not even my dog who isnt picky would eat it. enough said. i wont go back. no way and with the coupon it still came to 25 dollars and the salads which was very tiny dont come with the lunch entree. and we ordered two non alcholic drinks. and with tax and tip it still cost us that much money., so if you want great food food go someplace else.
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Posted: Jun 23rd, 2010 at 1:19 pm
From: Myrtle beach, SC
By: kr


Avg. Rating:2.7
My Husband I decided to try and spend a nice relaxing Lunch, first time visit. we were impressed with the atomosphere, and we were inmpressed with the Hot rolls and dipping Herb sauce, and with the tiny salad, with different lettuce, endive , and boston, and what have you. but then the Lasagna came out. piping out..I took one look at it. and said oh no... Chef boardee. the sauce looked like 90 percent cream and 10 percent tomato sauce. , I took a bite of it. and said to my husband. this is bad. lets order something different so we order spaghetti. noodles were over cooked and the sauce same as above was poured over the noodle. I said oh no. I took two bites of it. and then got the check and left. and then the bill minus 20 percent off still came to 25 dollars including tax and tip... it was the worse food. we wont go back . I have had really good Italian food from different parts of the country . and let me tell you. this was the worse. so I would suggest anyone who wants to try this place out. be prepare to have chef boardee served to your table. ps. not even my dog would touch the left overs I bought home and usually my dog isnt picky.
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Posted: May 20th, 2010 at 9:28 am
From: Carolina Forest (Myrtle Beach), SC
By: jmb


Avg. Rating:5
Without a doubt one of the very finest restaurants in Carolina Forest. Each dish shines and the fresh bread, actually small crusty rolls, will make your day. The house salad dressing has home grown fresh herbs. The veal and lamb are my favorites and are fresh and expertly prepared. Since everything is prepared when you order, the entree will take a while but not that long. If you want good value for your dollar, this is it !
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Posted: Apr 29th, 2010 at 6:57 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: js


Avg. Rating:5
Their lasagne is the best on the planet, bar none. My husband and I go there every Friday for lunch, and it is our favorite restaurant. Every meal comes with warm bread, fresh from the oven, and dipping sauce made with fresh herbs from their herb garden. Our waiter John is phenomenal. I can't say enough about this authentic Italian restaurant.
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Posted: Apr 21st, 2010 at 10:09 pm
From: Winston-Salem, NC
By: wb


Avg. Rating:4.2
Service was excellent. Shrimp w/prosciutto was great. Mussel appetizer was a disappontment. Size of mussels was VERY small and definately not worth the cost.
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Posted: Mar 28th, 2010 at 11:41 pm
From: Conway, SC
By: bj


Avg. Rating:3.2
I read a favorable review of this restaurant in the newspaper and I was eager to take my wife there for dinner. We went after church on a Saturday evening, and it was busy but not overcrowded. We were seated quickly, and I immediately noticed the odd height of the chairs. They were nearly bar stool high, but not quite. I am 6'4" tall and my feet barely reached the floor which made sitting uncomfortable. My wife isn't nearly as tall as me, so she rested her feet on a rung of the chair. I couldn't do that comfortably, either. Note that we were NOT seated at the bar but at a dinner table. I was pleasantly surprised by the tasty soup, bread, and very fresh salad. They had only a house dressing, but it was homemade Italian, so I would have ordered that anyway. My only complaint so far was that the soup was very salty. For my entree, I ordered lasagna. Not too imaginative a choice, but one of my favorites growing up in an Italian household. When my entree came, I was a bit confused by the flat mass or tomato sauce topped with cheese, but I gave the house the benefit of the doubt and thought the lasagna may have collapsed when it was served onto the plate. Not the best presentation for a restaurant, but something that happens at home on occasion. I was looking for a nice high square of lasagna layered with meat, cheese and some kind of veggie like you can get at any Carob’s or Olive Garden nationwide. [I should make it clear that I haven't had to eat at one of those chains in many years as I expect better Italian food than a chain can prepare.] My first forkful was a huge disappointment. This had to be the WORST lasagna ever! It was so overcooked that it felt and tasted like grainy tomato sauce. I couldn't find the wide lasagna noodles for which the dish is named. I couldn't find any meat, or any cheese beneath the top sprinkling. The only identifiable ingredient was some eggplant skin. At least I hope that's what it was! I took a few bites trying to find the good that I hoped was in there somewhere, but I had to give up. What was most maddening was that: 1) my wife had a side of linguine that was cooked to perfection; 2) they claim they make their own fresh pasta (I wish I had found some to try!) and 3) when I asked the waiter if they normally cooked their lasagna that much, he answered with a simple "yeah". He didn't ask if there was something wrong, or why I was leaving a whole plate of "food" for the garbage. He seemed quite defensive when I asked this innocent question. If he had tried to make amends in any way, or had he told me the lasagna should never have been served that way, I most likely would have given this restaurant a second chance. However, there is only one opportunity to make a good first impression, and it's too bad my waiter didn't care that my impression of the place was so very bad. He did bring us a yellow lined tablet where people had written their impression of the restaurant. I don't know whether they were looking for praise or taking an honest poll of their customers' experiences. Either way, I will never eat there again.
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Posted: Mar 14th, 2010 at 9:32 pm
From: East Brunswick, NJ
By: lt


Avg. Rating:4.8
Read the reviews and was curious. The food was excellent. The waiter was enthusiastic and anxious to tell us about the homemade pasta and homegrown herbs. The soup was good as was the entree. I am looking forward to coming here each time I come to visit.
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Posted: Feb 15th, 2010 at 10:21 pm
From: Fredonia, NY
By: ccs


Avg. Rating:4.7
From the moment we walked in, we felt welcomed and warm in the atmosphere of this authentic mom and pop restaurant. The service was impeccable, the food outstanding. My husband had the frutta di mare, and we could not believe the amount of food as well as the beauty of the presentation. Dinner includes hot rolls, soup and a salad. all were fresh and tasty. As an Italian myself, I am very difficult to please and usually do not go out for Italian food as I find it more American than Italian. However, this is the real thing. It is like being in my parent's kitchen. We not only recommend this place highly, but we are taking friends there again tomorrow!
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Posted: Jan 15th, 2010 at 9:46 pm
From: Shallotte, NC
By: da


Avg. Rating:4.8
One of the best Italian restaurants on the Grand Strand. We have been to it three times in one month. The veal dishes are to die for and the pastas out of this world. Last visit my husband had the lamb and I had the veal osso buco. The veal melted in your mouth and the lamb wow!!!!!!!! Growing up in a Italian home, I felt like I was in my grandparents kitchen. Definitely a must go and mangia!!!!
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Posted: Jan 14th, 2010 at 6:55 pm
From: MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: aaa


Avg. Rating:2.3
My girlfriend and I were looking forward to try this place. First off they didnt have garlic bread! What kind of Italian restraunt does not have garlic bread? Second the salads came out with their "homemade" dressing which had no taste and was like water. Third we had to wait what felt like forever for our entrees to come out. Fourth I ordered veal, which is usaully a very tender juicy meat. It was like rubber and dry as heck! I expected sooo much better! And it was way over priced!
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Posted: Jan 09th, 2010 at 7:39 pm
From: MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: blb


Avg. Rating:5
I took my wife there tonight for her birthday, everything was great the food , service cant say enough about john our waiter he is great, the whole staff including the owners went out of their way to make this one of the best birthdays my wife ever had, the brigmans.
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Posted: Dec 19th, 2009 at 11:51 am
From: MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: lb


Avg. Rating:4.3
I wish they would put more white sauce items on the menu, as if they did then we could eat there more often as my wife is not crazy about white sauce
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Posted: Nov 25th, 2009 at 8:35 pm
From: myrtle beach, SC
By: kjg


Avg. Rating:3
Food was really good here. Chose to sit outside though because the decor inside is just missing something. Very dull. Need to color the walls or something. Some better wines would be nice. Like the laid back pace as long as im expecting it.
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Posted: Oct 14th, 2009 at 7:24 pm
From: Batesburg-Leesville, SC
By: nn


Avg. Rating:5
This is a traditional Italian restaurant; eating is supposed to take a while. If you want the typical American dining-out experience of order-eat-leave or are pressed for time, do not go here. You are expected to take your time and enjoy the meal. They grow their own herbs and make their own pasta.

The meal comes with fresh-baked bread, soup, and a salad. The appetizers are good, but unless you have help eating it, you will be full before your entree arrives. Service was excellent, but there were only four tables seated.

The meal (cannelloni in red sauce.) was excellent, as was the side of gnocchi; almost as good as Grandma Zaccaro's.

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Posted: Sep 15th, 2009 at 5:04 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: kb


Avg. Rating:3
If you are impatient, you will not be a happy here. It takes a lengthly amount of time to get your food. There were only three tables being served inside, and one outside. Total time from seated unitl we were finished was one hour and a half. The food was very good, not outstanding but good. The time factor is a deal breaker.
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Posted: Sep 13th, 2009 at 4:44 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: df


Avg. Rating:2.5
The meal was horrible, had veal parmesan and the meat was tough. Spaghetti was extra, because meals come with potatoes. We also had chicken parmesan and the meal was bad. Sauce had no taste. Very pricey for a bad meal.
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Posted: Aug 10th, 2009 at 9:41 pm
From: Danvers, MA
By: pd


Avg. Rating:5
So we went golfing at Midway Par 3 and asked the older Italian man who worked there where was the best Italian food in MB? He did not hesitate to say Pane e Vino in Carolina Forest. I had no idea where that was, but I had GPS and it was only 14 minutes away. We got there close to closing time, they did not look at us like "oh, brother" but instead sat us immediately and let me tell you this is one of two great Italian restaurants in MB that I have been to, the other being Giada's. The entrees come with soup and salad. The salad was ho-hum to be honest, but the soup was a pastina broth which was unbelievably delicious despite the simplicity. The gnocchi was cooked perfectly, and when you get gnocchi in other places, 9 out of 10 times it is mushy from over-cooking. The whole staff was great, and believe it or not, the owner's mom Anna from Rome, Italy came out and hugged my 12 year old son, she was so affectionate and nice to us. I really liked Pane e Vino and next year we will be returning to MB and I'll make it a point to get there again.
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Posted: Aug 01st, 2009 at 11:04 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: em


Avg. Rating:5
Once again happy as could be and beyond. Decided to take my daughter and 2 grandbabies out to eat. And we all decided on Pane e Vino. We have now been there 5 times. We had a lovely dinner of orange roughy,shrimp cocktail,involtini,and shrimp parmesian.All was so perfect.And we had our favorite waiter Carlton again,he is such a sweet,busy,little cutie pa tootie.Between the food and service provided .We never wanna leave.We will be back again next week.Thank you all 4 making a old woman feel so good.
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Posted: Jul 30th, 2009 at 12:10 pm
From: London, NC
By: jj


Avg. Rating:4.7
We called and got directions to this restaurant. The lady on phone was nice but seemed rushed and desperate , to get me there and off the phone. But I feel it may have been because it was busy. And when we got there it was. But we were seated very quickly. And our server greeted us quickly as well I have seen the review about Carlton and kinda wanted to get him and we did. And must agree he was outstanding. Right away he got our drinks and wine. Explained the food was homemade and made on order to relax and enjoy.Glad he told us or maybe would not have been so understanding on length of time on food. The wine we ordered was good but was surprised at price it was a screw off bottle and not cork. The bread rolls were very good and fresh. The soup was good but little plain. The salad seemed very fresh. It was very good. The food took little longer than we expected but we relaxed and enjoyed our wine. When the food came out it looked so well prepared. And must say I felt it was very authenic. It tasted as if I were in a quaint village in Italy. We will be back. When we are in town.
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Posted: Jul 30th, 2009 at 11:30 am
From: myrtle beach, SC
By: jf


Avg. Rating:4.5
It was my friends birthday and that is where she wanted to go. The food was great. The glasses are to small thou. Our waiter Carl was great thou observing and pouring our drinks every few minutes and still taking care of rest of his people. AND it was BUSY. He also was very informative with all my questions i had about the menu. The food was good but took a little bit longer than expected. Carl did explain al food was homemade and made to order so I understood a little bit more. I feel thou it had low staff for the amount of action going on. But we will be back. P.S. the bread is so yummy.
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Posted: Jul 29th, 2009 at 4:18 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: lw


Avg. Rating:2.5
I was disappointed in this restaurant. My husband and I ordered a salad and lasagna and ice tea. First the glass the tea was in is too small. The salad was served in a soup bowl. The dressing was great. We were brought a bread basket with 4 very small rolls and olive oil and herbs for dipping. We waited 45 minutes for our entree to be served. The lasagna was good but I had to hurry to eat due to having only 1 hour for lunch. I would have like to have more bread and a larger salad and a large glass of tea. The total bill came to 32.00 . For the money we spent I felt like we did not get our monies worth. We will not go back.
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Posted: Jul 19th, 2009 at 8:48 pm
From: myrtle beach, SC
By: bf


Avg. Rating:4.2
I must say that the food is really good.but the service that I had from carlton was the best I ever had. The place was busy and he was hustling and feel he still went out of his way to make us happy. I never had such supreme service. The veal picatta I had was excellent. And beng that we live here it will be our little hangout. Go in try the food.and possiblly you may get carlton.
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Posted: Jul 16th, 2009 at 10:39 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: kjg


Avg. Rating:3.8
This place could be a great place with fixing just a couple things! The wedding soup was bland, the bread was great, the meal was great! But we chose to sit outside because the inside was just so bland looking. Felt like being in a cafeteria. Do something with all the white walls! Server was a bit goofy and I would ad some wines that don't have twist off caps! But I was impressed with the food, and thats what keeps people coming back!
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Posted: Jun 13th, 2009 at 11:42 pm
From: MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: ll


Avg. Rating:4.5
My wife and I had dinner in there tonight, this was our 4th trip. On a previous trip we had lunch (4 of us) and they all said the food was great. Tonight the food was excellent just like always, but the server was not that great she could not remember if she had brought our salads. Before we got through with the meal she brings out the check, she never asked if we wanted anything else. Food excellent- Service awful.
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Posted: Jun 13th, 2009 at 2:36 pm
From: MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: blb


Avg. Rating:4.2
Good food portions for the money, they only charge 1.25 for tea what a bargin, lazagna is great.
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