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Three Tomatoes Trattoria - Williston, VT Restaurant - Italian


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Three Tomatoes Trattoria
Authentic preparations, fresh ingredients and bold flavors are our goal in the Three Tomatoes kitchen. A full bar including fine wines, local and imported beers and an array of liquors and specialty cocktails is available.

192 Boxwood St. Williston VT 05495
Open 7 Days a Week

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Cost - 1 (out of 4)  -- Service - 4 (out of 4)
Ambiance - 3 (out of 4)  -- Expectations - 4 (out of 4)
Overall Rating: 3 (out of 4)

geat place to eat

Went there on a Friday Night. Greeters were pleasant and friendly. Waiter was excellent. We were disappointed that bruschetta was not available and the waiter went back to the kitchen and had them make it for us! And it is the best bruchetta we've ever had. Food was excellent and presentation were excellent.

All-in-all a great experience. We highly recommend this place for great Italian food.

Review by - cam

Cost - 3 (out of 4)  -- Service - 4 (out of 4)
Ambiance - 3 (out of 4)  -- Expectations - 4 (out of 4)
Overall Rating: 3 (out of 4)

Nicco's is one of my family's favorite spots. If you want to eat inexpensively, purchase the pizzas ($10 to $13) that are large enough to split. Plus, if you have plans to hit the movie theater after, Niccos has a deal where every $15 you spend nets you a Majestic movie pass for $5. That can add to the savings. Dinners are exceptional. Dishes like Marsala, Saltimbocca, or Piccata come with s delightful risotto cake and the vegetable you choose (Asparagus, spinach, zucchini, if they still have the swiss chard it is highly recommended.) Other pasta dishes give you a choice of pastas. All tables get bowls of warm bread and olive oil dipping sauce that is loaded with fresh garlic. While I think I make a better picatta (nothing personal) the chef excels at the Marsala, Fruitti de Mare, and the bolognese sauce. Vegetarians will find eggplant parmesan, marinara sauce, salads, and some of the antipasto platters to their liking. Overall, the staff has been exceptional. For those with children, only one waiter seems to be rather unfriendly towards children, we've had him three times and he ignores their request for extra drinks. He's great with adults though, so if we are going out as a family, we just request a row other than his. Otherwise, we have never had a problem there.

Review by - vtmom