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Rossis Italian Grill

Italian Restaurant in Restaurant Row

 
Rossis Italian Grill
Rated: 3.3 out of 5 with 87 Reviews

All it takes is one taste, every dish distinctively, deliciously, "a la Rossi"


Rossis Italian Grill
9639 North Kings Hwy
Restaurant Row
843-449- 0481
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Rossis Italian Grill
Posted: Jul 30th, 2015 at 10:06 am
From: Conway, SOUTH CAROLINA
By: gt


Avg. Rating:3.3
Very disappointed in the food. The waiter was great but the rest of the meal was not. My veal was over cooked and dry. My wife's meal was also dry. The restaurant had a nice atmosphere and music playing. However you could not hear the music as a group of waiters were standing around talking loud and laughing.
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Posted: Feb 14th, 2014 at 4:05 am
From: Stow, OH
By: dg


Avg. Rating:4.8
My wife and I visited this place while vacationing in July of 2012. The first time we went we sat at the bar and had drinks. I ordered the lobster and filet mignon bites as a recommendation from the bartender. We were not there for a complete meal. I will tell you. this was absolutely incredible! We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves as we sat with two locals who attend on a regular basis and met the wonderful bartender who has worked there forever. GREAT guy! We learned so much from the bartender about the many people who have been to Rossis over the years, some very famous. The service was awesome and we felt right at home! They told us about the other side of the restaraunt where there is a piano bar and that we should attend it sometime. We took his advice and came back for the piano bar the next night. I didnt feel comfortable as it was very "flashy" with people that are obviously out of my league on the social ladder. We did stay long enough to dance on the small dance floor and have a drink or two and listen to the VERY entertaining piano player. If you are into that kind of thing then this is the place for you. It's not me and I have no interest in being around people with egos, cigars and young hotties arm and arm with old, rich guys with one foot in the grave! As for the rest of the restaraunt, I would like to return for a complete dinner as the ambiance is great and the experience was as well. It's pricey but thats obvious when you walk in so it shouldn't have been a surprise to those who stated so on other reviews. I meant to return there when I vacationed in 2013 however, we never found the time to do so. Maybe this year!
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Posted: Nov 29th, 2013 at 1:06 am
From: Climax, NC
By: lf


Avg. Rating:3
How sad this place still insults the fine folks who try to visit the Myrtle Beach area by scamming every customer . They have a lot of building to fill up . Life's too short to eat frozen food next to the ocean. PS, that's not Snapper nor Grouper...ask your bartender
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Posted: Aug 22nd, 2013 at 6:08 pm
From: Lexington, KY
By: ac


Avg. Rating:4.5
We went to Rossis on our honeymoon last September. It was wonderful. The staff was great. Got to love the atmosphere as well. Food was amazing. Drinks were well priced. We will be returning this September for our anniversary. :)
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Posted: Jul 28th, 2013 at 2:46 pm
From: Cincinnati, OHIO
By: smk


Avg. Rating:4.2
We have eaten here every year on our visit to Myrtle Beach and is is usually the best meal we enjoy. Service is outstanding and an excellent wine list. Classic Italian with great seafood and steaks.
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Posted: Mar 06th, 2013 at 11:54 am
From: Richmond, VA
By: rs


Avg. Rating:3.8
Great food, Great staff. Seems to be popular with the locals too. Any place that locals frequent is a good sign to me. I heard about this place from people at the church we attended last Sunday. I highly recommend Rossi's.
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Posted: Oct 22nd, 2012 at 7:38 am
From: Asheville, NC
By: dd


Avg. Rating:4.3
We love this place. We visit Mytle Beach a few times a year and if you like Italian food, you're not going to beat this place. This may look like I'm related to the owner, but I'm not. I just read a bad review dated in June 2012. Do yourself a favor, give 'em a try. We usually show up as close to 5:00 PM as possible and it has always been very quiet. If you don't like noise and you're not showing up on a Friday night around 8:00 PM, ask for a 'quiet table'. My favorite is Chicken Marsala. If you like 'gravy' (or sauce) -- ask for 'extra'. And if you like salad, try the creamy dressing that has a very small amount of the red pasta sauce added to it. I'm not sure how they make it, but it's great.
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Posted: Jun 12th, 2012 at 5:38 pm
From: Blacksburg , VA
By: jre


Avg. Rating:3
We love this place??? Please get a Facebook page so we can let the world know how good this place is!!!!
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Posted: Jun 03rd, 2012 at 9:57 am
From: Conway, SC
By: wed


Avg. Rating:2.5
Many years ago was a good place for Italian, not now! The food is bland, borderline cold, portions small and the bread must be frozen out-of-the-box. The staff push's their expensive drink menu thru-out, way, way too expensive, and not good. I've had stouffers frozen meals that were much better! Who wants to spend sixty plus dollars for a ho-hum meal that's nasty? Save your money and go else where....
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Posted: Sep 07th, 2011 at 7:02 am
From: Greensboro, NC
By: swe


Avg. Rating:5
Rossi's is by far the best restaurant in Myrtle Beach. Rossi's has been a staple in MB for twenty-five years As I read comments, it seems to me the only people that are dissatisfied are folks from New Jersey. Why is that? My wife and I have eaten there for 18 years and never had a bad experience. I love the fried lobster with honey mustard, and the steaks are butter-knife tender. Maybe the Jersey people are too used to Olive Garden!
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Posted: Aug 28th, 2011 at 11:29 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: tm


Avg. Rating:3
Average at best. There are other Italian Restaurants that are better in the area
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Posted: Jul 12th, 2011 at 9:02 pm
From: Pittsburgh, PA
By: dv


Avg. Rating:5
We've been to Rossi's a few times over the past few years and love it. You can't beat it for atmosphere. With Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Tony Bennet singing in the background! Have a glass of wine, some bread, an appetizer and an entree of course. You'll be in heavan. It's the place I want my husband to be, to ask me to marry him! Love this place. Food and service were excellent! 07/12/2011
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Posted: Jun 02nd, 2011 at 7:33 am
From: Sandusky , OH
By: ts


Avg. Rating:3.2
We had high hopes for this establishment but were very disappointed. I ordered the chicken marsala which was very bland and I may have been better off ordering Iams dog food for a higher quality meal. The salad with the meal was drenched in dressing. I pushed it aside after taking just a few bites. Others in our party ordered a strip steak for $38.95. They agreed that it was good but also stated that it wasn't worth the price. The dinner bread was just ok. I'm not much of a bread person anyway so it's probably not fair to judge that portion of the meal. The service was mediocre at best. Again, for the price we paid, I expected better. Overall, it's not a place I'd return to unless someone else was paying.
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Posted: May 30th, 2011 at 9:25 am
From: Roanoke, VA
By: sss


Avg. Rating:4.7
Rossi's is an exceptional place to include in your dining plans at Myrtle Beach. The atmosphere is one of the best, nice quiet place for couples. We visit here annually during our vacations and consider it a "must include" during our vacations.
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Posted: Jan 26th, 2011 at 1:56 pm
From: MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: jcm


Avg. Rating:5
These negative reviews must have eaten somewhwere other then Rossis you should update your files . It is ashame someone can slam and old and very respected restaurant with such comments.
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Posted: Dec 31st, 2010 at 2:43 pm
From: yadkinville, NC
By: sjciii


Avg. Rating:5
We ate at rossis last night and the dinner was extrodinary. This was a special meal. The seafood couldn't have been out of the water 8 hours. Now thats fresh!on a scale of 1-10 I would rate our food and atmosphere and service at 10's. I've been in the restaurant business 35 years and I assure this is and exceptional experience.this is the best that myrtle has to offer!.
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Posted: Sep 30th, 2010 at 10:14 pm
From: Richmond, VA
By: cdj


Avg. Rating:3
We started with the fried lobster bites. It was enough of 4 people and rather tasty. I had the grouper oscar and my wife ordered the grouper "Rossis style". Each meal came with a salad, pasta choice, and garlic bread. My wife up graded to a Greek salad which was very good and also enough for 4 people. My dinner was nothing special, but my wife enjoyed hers. We ordered an inexpesive bottle of wine. The total was $138 plus tip. Brought home enough food for lunch and dinner the next day. Atmosphere will appeal to the Frank Sanatra crowd, so leave your children at home. I can now say that I have been there, but would not go back.
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Posted: Sep 07th, 2010 at 12:00 pm
From: Manchester, NH
By: fmc


Avg. Rating:2.7
Prior to eating here we heard mixed reviews, but decided to try it anyways. We made a poor choice! The food was so bad we left both meals on the table after just a few bites. Since trying other Italian Restaurants in MB we have found several that are much better in quality, price and atmosphere. If you eat here, please don't set your expectation high. If you do you will be disappointed.
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Posted: Sep 01st, 2010 at 9:23 pm
From: Akron, OH
By: tj


Avg. Rating:2.5
Many reviews, I should have listened to the bad ones! One of the most overpriced Restaurants in MB! If you go to a restaurant in MB at dinner time the last week of July and there is no wait, something wrong!!! Save your money, go to Carabbas, or get a pizza thats the way to go!! Sorry Rossis never ever again
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Posted: Aug 29th, 2010 at 1:01 pm
From: MytleBeach, S.C
By: k.r.


Avg. Rating:2.7
Me and my husband went to rossi's last night it was so not what I thought it would be the food was so bad the steak was under cooked the lobster was like rubber the asparagus was hard and then i got a glass of wine that had someone elses lips on it the service was ok other then when it came to dessert are server pushed us into the piano room to have dessert. I asked was there tables in there he says yes we went over there and sat at a coffee table and didn't get any dessert they were out of everything we wanted. But the server in the piano room was great her name was clarrisa we would come back to the piano bar for the great service but would never go to rossi's restaurant for anything.I will stick with Thoroughbreds if i want good food and good service!
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Posted: Aug 17th, 2010 at 10:07 pm
From: long beach , NY
By: charlie


Avg. Rating:3.3
very nice atmosphere. went there with wife and two small children. you would think there was a bread strike going on. food was okay. pricey for what you had. would i rush back.......no didnt feel the love. ate and got the check.
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Posted: Aug 06th, 2010 at 8:19 am
From: Westerville, OH
By: m. hawk


Avg. Rating:4.5
We were a little nervous about taking our 4 children to this upscale restaurant but came away raving about the food. It was not cheap but fairly priced for the quality. The kids all loved their food and my wife had their filet and I had a seafood sampler and both were excellent.
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Posted: Aug 03rd, 2010 at 10:37 am
From: Baltimore, MD
By: mf


Avg. Rating:4.2
The food was very good but not excellent and it was more on the pricey side. The service from our waiter was very good and it was a quiet dimmly lit table. The veal saltemboca/piccatta was very good and the seafood special was pretty good. The garlic olio pasta was just overcooked pasta with canned minced garlic and olive oil dumped over the top. I like garlic but they really liked to just used the canned minced garlic and dump it on several of thier dishes. It was then very bitter and didn't make for a great bite. All and all though a nice meal.
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Posted: Jul 14th, 2010 at 10:13 am
From: Spokane, WA
By: ao


Avg. Rating:4.3
The food was excellent and the service by far exceeded the expectations.
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Posted: Jun 30th, 2010 at 9:56 pm
From: Clemson, SC
By: chris ard


Avg. Rating:4.8
I dined here tonight (June 30, 2010) for the first time in five years. I'm not a huge Italian fan, but when going, I'm not sure there's a better place than Rossi's. The owner (I think his name is Dino) was at the front of the restaurant tonight assigning tables-seating for guests. He acknowledged customers as soon as they walked in the door, had a smile on his face and was very nice, just as I remembered several years ago. The waitress was outstanding, nice and was very thorough. There's a lot of attention to detail with this restaurant. The penne pasta/italian sausage/meatballs were outstanding. The appetizer (fried lobster/filet mignon) was perfect. The house merlot also was the best we've had in some time. My biggest regret was that I haven't been here in five years. I'll be back this fall when I return to the Grand Strand.
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Posted: Jun 02nd, 2010 at 5:46 pm
From: Marion, NC
By: mt


Avg. Rating:5
This is by far the best restaurant I have ever been to!! My husband and I are from Marion, NC and come to the beach at least twice a year and this is a must for us. The service provided here is very professional. They really treat you like your their only customer. The food has a taste of it's own, very very good. I order Lasagna about every time, we get mushrooms to start with, my husband gets a sampler platter which has about five different items with it. He loves everything. The portion sizes are big and plenty!! The cheesecake with white chocolate is to die for. We have had the best most romatic experience here everytime we have visted. The atmosphere is so cozy and romatic. The price is very reasonable also. The last time we ate here was May 29th, 2010.
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Posted: May 19th, 2010 at 1:21 pm
From: Springfield, VA
By: dg


Avg. Rating:5
My husband and I always go to Rossi's when here in Myrtle Beach. We always get the appetizer for two... fried lobster, blackened beef tips and scallops. A glass of wine, the garlic bread, and that's our meal. Plenty of food so don't order the appetizer AND a dinner because it would be way too much to eat (for two people)! If you do decide to order a dinner, be sure to try the fried lobster. It's reeeealy good!
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Posted: May 13th, 2010 at 12:10 am
From: alliance, OHIO
By: mls


Avg. Rating:5
We have been going to MB for about 8 or 9 years. We always stop at Rossi's . Everyone has different oppinions but for us...we love everything abotu Rossi's. We will be there next week and can hardly wait
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Posted: Feb 21st, 2010 at 7:51 pm
From: Danville, VA
By: jaynie prete


Avg. Rating:5
We have been to Rossis many times over the years. Their dishes are unparalleled. The atmosphere is perfect. The wait staff is truly professional. We are making a 5 hour drive in March to celebrate our 30th wedding anniversary at Rossis. It's that good.
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Posted: Jan 24th, 2010 at 2:44 pm
From: Clayton, NC
By: chs


Avg. Rating:4.7
This was our first visit to Rossis. It will not be our last. The restaurant is quite large but the interior is nicely divided into smaller spaces creating a quiet(we were there in the off season) and more intimate atsmosphere. While the menu is pretty much what you expect for an Italian restaurant, there are a few places where the selections show a bit more creativity. The meal was not the usual Italian fare but truly a cut above. They offer "small plates" for a reduced price and the servings are still very generous. The salads were nice and very fresh but the dressings were a bit of a dissapointment ; very little blue cheese in one dressing and the house dressing was a creamy Italian when I expected a very fresh oil & basalmic, my fault as I should have asked first, but it was tasty none-the-less.
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Posted: Dec 31st, 2009 at 12:28 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: vm


Avg. Rating:3
I don't really care about Rossis...its ok.... I do have a prob with Bloomfield , NJ comment about southerners. First the owner is not even from here, he's a DAMN YANKEE just like you. Get mad at your own ppl, not us down here. We didn't ask you to come or stay and live here.
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Posted: Oct 09th, 2009 at 3:38 pm
From: Ashland , KY
By: dt


Avg. Rating:4.7
This is one of my all time favorite restaurants, It is one of the few I always go to when in Myrtle. This is a nice restaurant. It is always busy. (If it were bad it would not be crowded) A simple tip, stop by or call earlier in the day or the day before AND MAKE A RESERVATION ! Last time I was there, I made my reservation for 7 PM, we arrived about 10 minutes early, As I approched the Matre'd, a young couple put there name on the list, They had a two hour wait. I then told the Matre'd my name and that I had a reservation for 7PM "right this way Mr. Jones, your table is ready" Magic ? -no - Reservation ! As for the food, If you want Fazoli's or Fazoli type food go to Fazoli's. But if you want a fine meal, this is the place. Let your waiter help you with your food choice. They are very knowledgeable and hard working. I had commented to my wife that our waiter should be cloned, that he was one of the most effecient waiters I had ever seen. I love their Veal Oscar. It is not on the menu, but they will make it, In fact our waiter said it was a very popular with their regulars. . Special requests are not a problem for them. As for the negative reviews, some people can always find something to gripe about. Remember make a reservation, and smile to yourself as you walk by all the people that waited and just put their name on the list.
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Posted: Sep 14th, 2009 at 1:45 pm
From: Charleston, WV
By: drk


Avg. Rating:4.8
My husband & I have been going to Rossi's for years when we vacation in the area. We have never been disappointed. Over the years I have told several people to go when they are in the area, and everyone has been extremly satisfied. If it was closer to home, this would be our special occasion place.
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Posted: Sep 08th, 2009 at 10:26 am
From: Fairmont, WV
By: ah


Avg. Rating:5
This place had the best Italian food ever!!! Wish there was one closer to home!! I was so full but couldn't stop eating because it was so good.
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Posted: Aug 05th, 2009 at 9:27 am
From: cChicago, ILL
By: rr


Avg. Rating:4.3
So many opinions a total of 57 they feed 1000s of cutomers with many on numerous returns. It seems as if they had a bad day or one bad experience .I would not let that keep me from trying Rossis you will come again and again. As for the owner being Greek what would that mean they have been in the food industry for generations and some even own good old American Mc Donalds imagine that.I would compare it to many of our fine etablishments in Chicago or my visits too New York. It saddens me when one time visitors place judgements on someones lifetime of success and hard work shame on them. Deane and the staff of Rossis keep up the good work!!!!!!!!!!!!!! p.s The music is great
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Posted: Jul 23rd, 2009 at 6:17 pm
From: Allentown, PA
By: c.r.m.


Avg. Rating:5
We been to Rossi's 3 times already and it will be the forth time. It's the best restaurant I ever ate at!!!!! We love this restaurant in Myrtle beach! We love Myrtle to!!! I love Rossi's!!
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Posted: Jul 21st, 2009 at 12:48 pm
From: cherry hill, NJ
By: cl


Avg. Rating:4
My husband and I were there on vacation from New Jersey and we had the pleasure to dine at this incredible restaurant. We had the Lobster Ravioli and it was delicious. The wine selection was also great. We finished our meal with some out of this world dessert..TARTUFO...The tartufo itself was beyond my expectations. I can't wait to go back there and enjoy it again..YUMMY...... a very pleased couple
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Posted: Jul 01st, 2009 at 6:50 pm
From: Whittier, NC
By: me


Avg. Rating:4.8
This is the second time my husband and I have eaten at this restaurant. He loves italian food, and I love seafood. It was the best of both worlds. The waiter was so knowledgeable about the wine list, and did an excellent wine presentation. The atmosphere is great if you are seated in a room without windows, otherwise the view isn't so great. The walls absorb the sound well, so even though there were 2 crying babies in there, it didn't affect us much. My husband enjoyed the fact that they served a huge "boat" full of Parmesan cheese which he used all of. The bread was glazed with butter and garlic, which would've been better with olive oil and balsamic vinegar instead of butter (they had the former 6 years ago.) The seafood is fresh. I think we'll make this a regular stop on our trips to myrtle beach. I love when you can find a nice restaurant and not get caught in all the tourist trap restaurants.
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Posted: Jun 28th, 2009 at 6:12 pm
From: shepherdstown, WV
By: gsv


Avg. Rating:2.5
A lot of hype but the food is not that good. The garlic bread is the worst I have ever had. My wife is italian..
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Posted: Jun 07th, 2009 at 9:52 am
From: South Park, PA
By: jp


Avg. Rating:4.2
We go to myrtle beach every year. That means we eat at rossis every year. We are used to real Italian food. In fact we are Italian. My grandmother, who is real picky beacuse she makes her own tomatoe sauce, loves it. My dad is a harsh food "critic' and loved it. In fact we go on his birthday every year.
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Posted: May 31st, 2009 at 12:57 pm
From: Bloomfield, NJ, NJ
By: mario


Avg. Rating:2.3
This place should be closed down. I'm from North Jersey and the actual waiter we had did not know of anything Italian. The owner himself didn't know anything Italian. Fast food is what it is....... Absolutely horrible. With the way that it was packed, you would think it was like Smith&Wollensky or something, but I guess that was all of the southerners and midwesterners....No offense to you guys either, it's just that we are used to Real Italian food here. From Real Italians.
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Posted: May 13th, 2009 at 10:06 am
From: Nashville, TN
By: kc


Avg. Rating:4.7
The food was great, we were there this past summer and it was AWESOME! This year we will be going back when we vist Myrtle Beach again.
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Posted: Apr 09th, 2009 at 1:25 pm
From: Raleigh, NC
By: sk


Avg. Rating:2.2
I waited years to go and could not have been more dissappointed. A tourist trap for sure!
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Posted: Dec 11th, 2008 at 6:56 pm
From: Foley, AL
By: bfs


Avg. Rating:4.7
We dined at Rossi's on 12/11/08. We had beef tips for an appitizer, which were "just right spicy" and very tender, with two ifferent dipping sauces. The house salad we had was fresh and delicious with the blue cheese dressing. I had cheese stuffed shells in marinaro sauce which was delicious, my wife had veal parmigeon and lagagna which she enjoyed greatly. We had cabernet house wine which was just right and tiramazo which was light and delicious. Our waiters name was John and the service we received was outstanding and we have never had better service. He was there when we needed him but didn't hover. Overall the night was better than excellant.
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Posted: Oct 31st, 2008 at 11:18 am
From: Chicago, IL
By: rt


Avg. Rating:2.2
They spend a lot of money on advertising and hype. Being from Chicago where true Italian restaurants are plentiful, Rossi's is no comparison. Waiting to get seated was too long as it wasn't that busy and we were staring at open tables. The service was poor. They act like you were lucky to be there. Back to the hype. The food just isn't that good. Especially for the price. Just because they have the biggest signs on the highway and have the most commercials on the radio doesn't make them better. We have been going to MB for 15 years and every few years we give it another try in case they somehow changed. So this year in September of '08, we tried once more. Nothing changed. Same mediocre food, snotty waiter, poor service. You shouldn't have to keep looking for someone to get some wine with your dinner. And after the wine order is taken, it should come back in less than 15 minutes. Save your money. Many fine smaller places there that care that you dropped in.
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Posted: Sep 18th, 2008 at 11:44 pm
From: Greenville, NC
By: dgp


Avg. Rating:4.8
My husband and I celebrated on our honeymoon in 2003 with a fabulous meal at Rossi's. The restaurant and food were all we expected and more....loved the atmosphere!!!! We are going back this Dec. for our 5th anniv. and plan to have a "date" with Rossi's!!! Thanks for the memories!!!
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Posted: Aug 19th, 2008 at 6:29 pm
From: Wheeling, WV
By: mjh


Avg. Rating:5
This is the best restraunt in Myrtle Beach. The price is a little high, but worth every penny. They have the best crab dip I have ever had. The food on the menu can be traded out for a different item. My fish was to be served with scallops and shrimp, but I substituted it for crab. The waitor said the kitchen can do anything. It was to die for. Very Clean!
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Posted: Jul 20th, 2008 at 12:29 am
From: Bristol, TN
By: sydney r


Avg. Rating:5
I have been going to Rossi's for the past 4 vacations with my family and it is the culinary highlight of my year. Those that gave unfair reviews must either A) Not be Italian, or B) Not realize that Rossi's is an experience, not your average Fazoli's -style dining! I highly recommend the Italian sampler for those with a larger appetite, as well as a cannoli for dessert...it is definately worth the feeling of being overly full! Definately get a reservation!
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Posted: Jul 03rd, 2008 at 4:36 pm
From: Niagara , ONT
By: me


Avg. Rating:3
Lousiest dining experience of my life. Waiter (who appeared to be under the influence of something) knew nothing about the menu and made error submitting our order to the kitchen. Food was not as we ordered. Manager was somewhat sympathetic at first but unhelpful. Paid cash for half-eaten meal and left. Was followed into parking lot by manager and waiter claiming we had not paid. Then the money magically appeared in the waiter's hand. Manager was unapologetic for the scene created in the parking lot. Told manager and waiter where to shove their restaurant. Will never set foot in that place again.
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Posted: Jun 27th, 2008 at 9:12 am
From: wheeling, WV
By: spf


Avg. Rating:5
We went there 10 years ago for my in-laws anniversery. It was fantastic. Though my in-laws have turned into people we dont know.... I still rossi's..
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Posted: Jun 12th, 2008 at 11:26 pm
From: Detroit, MI
By: hjb


Avg. Rating:3.2
Food is good, service was decent but pricey for what you get. A price of $16.50 for spagetti and tomato sauce (not meat) is just a little over the top IMO. I doubt I'd return.
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Posted: May 27th, 2008 at 11:30 am
From: Pittsburgh, PA
By: dm


Avg. Rating:2.3
I've been vacationing in Myrtle Beach since the early '90's and Rossi's was always my favorite restaurant. We'd always save it for our last night as a special treat. I've taken friends and family there and have told many to people to eat at Rossi's. But, I must say that my last couple experiences there have not been up to par. My favorite entree was always the filet oscar...last fall it was nothing like I'd had in the past. I believe in giving places, especially an old favorite, another chance. This month, May 2008, I took 8 friends with me. There was not one person happy with their meal or the service. Our waitress was very unfriendly and inefficient. Specials were announced without prices...none of asked...our mistake! Most of us ordered the Grouper with one piece of shrimp and two scallops. The grouper was very fishy tasting, didn't even taste like Grouper...most of us were charged $36 for this entree...one of the women was charged $39.99 and the waitress argued with her about it. One woman was brought the Grouper special instead of the Veal Special...upon telling the waitress, she acted like she doubted my friend, but did eventually return with the Veal entree...about halfway through our meals. But, the odd part was, the manager came and questioned my friend about changing her mind. She was sitting right beside me...the Grouper was parmesan encrusted, this person does not even eat any kind of cheese and had definitely not ordered it. I think the waitress was trying to pawn the mistake off to the guest instead of admitting she'd made the mistake. She was promised a free dessert for the mistake...which never was mentioned again, she didn't receive it or any other compensation. Our water glasses were never refilled, coffee was never mentioned, except for one person who ordered it and never received it. Two of the women did order the filet oscar...at a price of $49...and weren't impressed. I felt terrible I had taken my friends to Rossi's and will never return. The only good thing I can say about our experience that night was that the Lobster bites were still great. Rossi's has lost a good customer, I'm in Myrtle Beach four times a year and they'll never get any of my business again. There are too many other great restaurants in MB to waste my money on yet another bad experience.
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Posted: Apr 23rd, 2008 at 11:19 am
From: CONWAY, SC
By: pb


Avg. Rating:5
The only negatives is that there are too many YANKEES comparing this excellent place to their holes in the wall Italian places up north. Stay home....The food is great.
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Posted: Apr 22nd, 2008 at 10:41 pm
From: stamford, CT
By: al


Avg. Rating:3
Food is ok, nothing to write home about. Haven't been there in years. Pushy about selling you wine and drinks.
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Posted: Apr 12th, 2008 at 10:34 am
From: Buffalo, NY
By: scs


Avg. Rating:2.7
Definitely a overhyped experience. If your looking for decor go there, if your looking for good food, continue your search. This is definitely a one time, never go back restaurant.
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Posted: Feb 24th, 2008 at 4:49 pm
From: Shelton, CT.
By: bcw


Avg. Rating:2.5
Over priced under valued. marsala was burnt, asked the waiter for a straw three times then he took one from a dirty busing tray from a dirty glass and put it in my sisters glass. Spagetti was cold? Just because they have long line don't mean it good.
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Posted: Feb 12th, 2008 at 2:06 pm
From: Sudbury, ONTARIO
By: wag


Avg. Rating:4.2
Well, we heard of Rossi's through a work colleague, and will be definitely returning. I am I talian, and the Linguini and Clams were as good if not better than my own. We sat at the bar for a while talking witht the bartender, had some of the wonderful cheese with our wine. I would suggest that you give yourselves plenty of time. Not because of the wait, but because to truly enjoy the atmosphere, the smell of good Italian food (garlic) is to enjoy Rossi's. I will be back in Apriol, October, April, etc....
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Posted: Dec 04th, 2007 at 3:43 pm
From: Poquoson, VA
By: adb


Avg. Rating:4.8
This was my first visit, but certainly not my last. The owner's neice attends school with my son and she suggested Rossi's. Figuring she wouldn't lead us astray we went. We were seated immediately, of course it was off season. The place is absolutely beautiful inside. Not anything like I would expect in a shopping center. The waiter was very informative and knowledgeable about the dishes. We ordered the feta stuffed mushrooms appetizer. I don't like mushrooms, well I didn't before Saturday. My son had a lasagna/stuffed shells dinner and it was great. I had steak tips marsala with peppers and onions. The marsala flavor was perfect. We had planned on desert, but that was impossible. We would have needed to be rolled out of the place. While not the cheapest place on the Grand Strand, sometimes that's not what you're looking for. I'd highly suggest Rossi's and I will surely be back!
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Posted: Nov 03rd, 2007 at 2:53 pm
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: kel


Avg. Rating:3.3
Last Visit:October 2007 Rossi's recently went no-smoking in the dining room. Since I have asthma, that's important. We were looking forward to a nice dinner. We were very disappointed. I ordered the special but the waiter didn't let me know the price. $36 for 2 tough pieces of mystery fish (flounder?) with tough overdone shrimp and 2 really good scallops. They were all coated with crisp parmesean cheese with no flavor. The food was also room temperature. My husbands spaghetti and meatballs were also room temp. The table next to us had the same issue with their dinner. The dining room is too dark to see the menus easily but it sure is pretty. The waiter looked a little disheveled and spoke so quickly and softly I just gave up trying to understand him. Another table next to us just got up and left. The table of women seated after us kept asking for prices for the specials and he kept trying to evade the question but still sell the specials. It was VERY disappointing. We eat out alot and live in Myrtle Beach. We won't be back.
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Posted: Sep 22nd, 2007 at 11:50 pm
From: Charlotte, NC
By: kb


Avg. Rating:5
I was a little hesitant about trying Rossi's after reading the mixed reviews on here... but I am SO GLAD we did. First of all, the food was OUTSTANDING. I am originally from northern New Jersey AND I'm half-Italian so I do know decent Italian food from bad Italian food, and this was great. Ok the sauce wasn't SUPER but it was all right. Everything else was great. The bread was to die for, even the wine was great. Second, the service was GREAT... our waiter was very attentive. Also, the atmosphere was beautiful.... Very romantic, if you're with a date or someone special. My only teeny tiny complaint is that they dim the lights a little TOO much, you can barely read the menu or see your food, haha (and I have very good eyesight!). But that's ok, it was totally worth it. On a side note, I totally have the UTMOST respect for Rossi's for being voluntarily SMOKE FREE, and stating on the menu to take your cell phone calls outside and please remove "unhappy children" from the dining room... Awesome!!!! ;) I wish we had Rossi's here in Charlotte :)
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Posted: Sep 08th, 2007 at 2:50 am
From: Ashland, KY
By: dt


Avg. Rating:4.8
This is my Favorite restaurant in Myrtle Beach. The food has always on every occasion been excellent. Our waiter on our last visit was fantastic, I particularly noted his efficiency and attention to detail, as well as his candor in guiding my wife and I with our selections. I had my perennial favorite Veal Oscar. It is not on the menu but they will gladly prepare it. My wife had the Veal Marsala. Both were Excellent. I made a reservation the night before, and arrived a few minutes early. "Right this way Mr. _____ , your table is ready. " The fellow that put his name on the list for a party of two ,as I walked up to the maitre de was told that there would be a 60 to 70 minute wait.(but still worth it ) -- Tip get a reservation.

A perfect dining experience.

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Posted: Aug 16th, 2007 at 1:33 pm
From: Concord, , ONT
By: rjk


Avg. Rating:4.8
The food here is fresh.It is cooked well without need of fancy sauces or spices. The pasta was never overcooked the fish had preserved all its natural taste. Add to that the service was very professional and the value superior to those buffet tourist traps. A dining experience.
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Posted: Jul 18th, 2007 at 10:57 am
From: Myrtle Beach, SC
By: tlr


Avg. Rating:3
Italian but with a Greek twist.
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Posted: Jul 04th, 2007 at 6:06 pm
From: Salem, IN
By: ss


Avg. Rating:4
Rossis was a very good place to eat, and my wife and I enjoyed it. The service was excellent. It had a little bit of a 'commercial' type atmoshpere ( but my wife says 'busy' would be a better word). We would go there again.
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Posted: Jun 04th, 2007 at 9:52 pm
From: Newark, OH
By: rdp


Avg. Rating:4.7
My wife and I ate at Rossis on our honeymoon in 99", happy to say we are returning July 2nd 2007 for our 8th. Can't wait! Have some stuff mushrooms waiting.
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Posted: Apr 22nd, 2007 at 11:43 pm
From: Clemson, SC
By: ca


Avg. Rating:4.2
This is one of the best Italian restaurants on the Grand Strand. I'm not a huge Italian food fan, but my wife is. We ate here and I was impressed with their filet mignon. It was cooked perfectly. The owner here clearly takes a lot of pride into this outfit. Very professional, clean, upscale, and classy. Whether you're taking a date or you're like me and it's your family of four, this is a great atmosphere. Very good dining experience.
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Posted: Mar 21st, 2007 at 7:49 pm
From: Aiken, SC
By: lf


Avg. Rating:5
Great food! Great atmosphere! Everytime we are in Myrtle Beach we always dine at Rossi's. Chaz always gives us first class service. The steak bits and fried lobster are out of this world..
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Posted: Dec 27th, 2006 at 2:56 pm
From: Philipsburg, PA
By: jli


Avg. Rating:5
WE LOVED IT!!! Can't wait to visit again. The food is excellent and the prices are fair for what you get. Have to try while you're in Myrtle Beach.
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Posted: Sep 04th, 2006 at 7:50 am
From: North Myrtle Beach, SC
By: mr


Avg. Rating:2
For all the hype , Rossis was a bust. It took us 45 minutes to get our salads and another 30 minutes to get our meal. Our waiter was no where to be found. The entrees tasted nothing like traditional Italian cuisine and were bland at best. If that red mess was Italian sauce , then I suggest a cooking class refresher.

The bill was the only memorable item. This was the worst value we experienced in Myrtle Beach !

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Posted: Jul 24th, 2006 at 6:00 pm
From: Mount Pleasant, SC
By: hr


Avg. Rating:5
What a wonderful place. I met my date in the bar and had a delicious meal. Then we went to the piano bar and danced the night away. I wish there were more places like this.
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Posted: Jul 09th, 2006 at 1:02 am
From: Huntersville, NC
By: jmm


Avg. Rating:3.3
Nice atmosphere and good wait staff. However, the food was quite bland, and the marinara was no better than a jar of Ragu'. We had a pleasant meal, but had expected much more. Goes to show you that most people just do not know what good italian is....and this was average at best.
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Posted: May 31st, 2006 at 12:44 pm
From: charlotte, NC
By: jk


Avg. Rating:3.7
Love the fried lobster !!!! Never miss it when I come to the beach !!!
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Posted: May 29th, 2006 at 6:16 pm
From: Cheraw, SC
By: jba


Avg. Rating:3.5
Rossis has a great atmosphere and great food. A little expensive but well worth it. Plenty of food on the plate so come hungry.
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Posted: May 16th, 2006 at 9:02 pm
From: South Jersey, NJ
By: el


Avg. Rating:2.7
We were there last summer (2005) and were not impressed at all. My husband and I joke that we are professional eaters. For us, the food at Rossi's is just average and can not hold a candle to any Italian restaurant in the South Jersey - South Philly area.
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Posted: May 13th, 2006 at 10:39 pm
From: Syracuse, NY
By: mmc


Avg. Rating:5
I have travel to Myrtle Beach for the passed 15 years and stayed at the Kingston Plantation, however the highlight of my vacation is having dinner at Rossi's.

Rossi's staff and owners make you feel at home! They are so professional at the same time they make you feel special! I will always reccomend Rossi's as the "Best" in Myrtle Beach. If you do not go, it is your loss!!!

BASF Corporation
Moses M. Clark
National Account Manager

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Posted: May 12th, 2006 at 11:31 pm
From: Pittsburgh, PA
By: vam


Avg. Rating:4.8
My wife and I were married in MB last Saturday 5/6/06. We had 30 guests and a reception followed at Rossi's. We tried it last year and scouted it. It was pretty good then. We have been dealing with the manager Scott since then and up to the wedding day. All I can say is wow!!! We pulled it off with out a hitch and couldn't have done it without Rossi's. All but three of the guests where from out of town and EVERYONE loved it . There were several Italians in the crowd, many second and third generation, tough critics. The bar and waitstaff were excellent. Though we did not have enough guests for a private room they were able to accomodate us in a back room. We didn't even notice the remaining few tables and the people eating, and believe me, they didn't mind, it was free entertainment to go with dinner. The food was excellent. The lasagna was stacked, the veal plentiful, and the chicken mouth watering. The sauces were perfect. Nothing precooked as we gave them the order inside of 24 hrs. Everything pounded to perfection and it was picture perfect. The timing on everything was impecable! The bread and wine were outstanding. Afterwords we all piled into the piano bar and literally took over. It was GREAT!!!!!!! So much fun. We all felt so welcomed and I'm sure I as well as others will return. Don't be afraid to plan an event here, just make sure u speak with Scott and only Scott! THANX
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Posted: Apr 18th, 2006 at 6:36 pm
From: greenville, SC
By: km


Avg. Rating:5
Our favorite restaurant, period.
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Posted: Mar 27th, 2006 at 10:51 am
From: Winterville, NC
By: jhm


Avg. Rating:3.3
Great looking Italian restaurant. Excellent waiter (Jeff). I didn't complain about the food, but it was not close to the food I had heard so much about from Rossi's. My wife got the lasagna. It was dry and tasteless. I got the grilled tuna feature. It was overcooked and the scalops didn't taste fresh at all. I am not one to complain to a hard working wait staff so I just won't be going back. Sorry!
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Posted: Mar 08th, 2006 at 3:27 pm
From: HOLBROOK LI, NY
By: rgr


Avg. Rating:5
My brother in law and I were in myrtle for bike week in may 2005 we just happened to be in the area of Rossis and went in .We went back every nite for 5 days .The food is excellent, especially the sampler platters,which the bartender suggested. I dont remember his name but he made the best georgetown lemon drop martinis. And he was the nicest guy in the world.Will definitely be returning may 2006.
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Posted: Feb 20th, 2006 at 3:50 pm
From: All over, USA
By: km


Avg. Rating:4.7
My boyfriend and I kicked off our Valentine's Day extravaganza weekend with this restaurant. First off, I love the presentation and atmosphere. I am a sucker for a dark and romantic ambience, the music was wonderful, and it smelled of delicious italian food (of course, why wouldn't it?). This has been the most expensive restaurant that my boyfriend and I have been to, I am quite the food critic, and for a 21 and 23 year old, we have been blessed to be able to go around to excellent restaurants. I noticed a comment about the calamari being too chewy, but our batch came out hot, fresh, and authentically delicious!! I have a Veal porterhouse special, to die for, that came with sauteed portabello mushrooms and red onions on top of it. I had it with fettuccine alfredo (mmmm delicious), My boyfriend had some kind of melange of italian sausage,bell peppers, red onions, and marinara sauce along with the fettuccine. All in All I loved it!! (THE ONLY THING was that there "seemed" to be so many 'mobbish or tough' looking italians or italian-americans there. I don't know why, but my boyfriend and I joked about being shot like in the Godfather the whole time. We were probably just being silly!)
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Posted: Jan 27th, 2006 at 1:10 pm
From: Trenton, NJ
By: jh


Avg. Rating:2.3
I have eaten in many New York City italian retaurants and also in the Little Italy section of Trenton where I now live. I tried the food at Rossi's and can truly say it was the worst Italian food I have ever experienced. I had the lasagna and it tasted like they used sauce from a jar. Homemade lasagna it was not. My wife had the fried calamari and said they were chewy. I would not recommend this place to anyone and would never return.
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Posted: Dec 17th, 2005 at 3:34 pm
From: N. MYRTLE BEACH, SC
By: ppp


Avg. Rating:4
Best place I have ever been to. The food is absolutely wonderful. I have had filet mignon, tenderloin bites, salads, pasta, wine. Nothing but the best as far as the service and food. You are doing a great job Dean. Keep up the good work. It is fabulous...
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Rossis Italian Grill
Posted: Dec 13th, 2005 at 11:22 am
From: Wilmington, NC
By: hc


Avg. Rating:3.7
As an oxygen user I was shocked to see signs at the front deck announcing that smoking is permitted anywhere in the restaurant. Had we not been with a large group my husband and I would have left. None in our group smoked and we were all wondering why any restaurant in this day and age would have such a policy! There were plenty of dining rooms so it seemed inexcusable to not have more consideration for customers desires. Also, there was even a machine, ugly and out of place, sitting in this elegant restaurant lobby and selling tobacco products. What kind of a statement are they trying to make? The service was excellent and the food was fine but we will never return to Rossi's.
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Rossis Italian Grill
Posted: Oct 10th, 2005 at 9:13 pm
From: Charlotte, NC
By: tmf


Avg. Rating:2.7
My wife ordered Seafood Bisque and it tasted stale and lemony and not creamy at all. Food was warm not hot. We ordered the "special" which was Veal steak with some shrimp and special sauce. Veal was thick as a filet. Terrible and tough. The side dish of fettucini was cold and dry. $36.00. Most I have ever paid for an entree. Shame on me I'll not be polite and ask how much next time.
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Rossis Italian Grill
Posted: Aug 17th, 2005 at 3:45 pm
From: Cornelius, NC
By: rjs


Avg. Rating:4.7
FIRST CLASS all the way! This is the BEST place to get Italian food in the Myrtle Beach area.
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Rossis Italian Grill
Posted: Apr 22nd, 2005 at 11:09 am
From: Kansas City, MO
By: gj


Avg. Rating:4.3
Best Fettuccini I have ever had! Before dinner we had to wait in the bar area adjacent to the restaurant where there was live music and a great dance floor - very enjoyable and made the wait time go by fast. The music in the diningroom was a little loud and the lights just a little too dim, but overall our whole experience was terrific!
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Rossis Italian Grill
Posted: Jan 19th, 2005 at 3:10 pm
From: Philly, PA
By: tr


Avg. Rating:4.3
Been there several times...Sinatra, Dean, Tony Bennett tunes...best meatballs South of South Philly!
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