review. This is in response to your posting about the fight outside of sopranos restaurant. You need to read the police report before you post something you know nothing about. The man that was on the ground had parked his truck in front of my restaurant with all sorts of vile and vulgar graffiti written on it directed to the owner of sopranos. He subjected the customers of sopranos to this and was asked to leave the premises 4 times. The 4th time he was asked to leave he took a swing at the owner who ended up defending himself, his business and his customers. He was not innocent. Also, the bartender didn't beat anyone he was just trying to break up the fight. For you to defame "your favorite bartender" before you know the facts is just another example of your lack of fact and intelligence. If you really were in sopranos as much as you have suggested you would have known that there has never been any violence towards my customers or employees ever. Sopranos was the safest place in the strip to eat and drink and I made sure it stayed that way. I suppose you would rather have let that person assault and degrade one of your friends or relatives so that the posting could have read that the owner of sopranos stood around and did nothing which is what you did that night by not stopping to see if "your favorite bartender" needed any assistance. If you liked sopranos as much as you suggested you would have tried to look out for the employee?s safety. Instead you drove by and went home to write your lie filled and totally inaccurate review.
Avoid when owner is outside!. I have always enjoyed meeting and eating with my friends from work at Sopranos. It has a nice atmosphere and attracts mostly working class people. This is my first review. I have to say we frequent the restaurants in the strip district weekly Sopranos used to be one of my favorites. On our way home from a nearby restaurant this week we seen our favorite bar tender and the owner along with another man fighting in the middle of the road. As we drove around them we could see they were beating up a man on the ground while a female was screaming for them to stop. With as good as the food and service has always been, I cannot patronize a business that partakes in such activity.
Fuhgetabout upscale ristorantes: This Italian joint serves up generous portions of pasta with bada-bing flair..
HBO's syndicated mafia family knows how to lure a mob to the Strip District. Outside, the theme from "The Sopranos" blares; inside, Sinatra is in heavy rotation. The decor is appropriately New Jersey-meets-Northern Italy with white tile walls bedecked by cast photos and memorabilia. Bottles of olive oil clutter the shelves. Grape bunches hang from high pedestals. Diners eat in one of three dimly lit sections: a narrow aisle of tables-for-two, a spacious back room, or a bar with TVs and video poker machines.
The food--from pasta to seafood to grinders--will make even the toughest wise guy smile, whether he starts with a cup of wedding soup or an entree-sized appetizer. Sinus-clearing banana peppers burst with soft Italian sausage, gooey mozzarella and tangy marinara sauce. The spaghetti and meatballs isn't killer, but the prosciutto chicken--a ricotta cheese-stuffed breast wrapped in thin slices of salty, Italian ham--hits the mark.
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