WAY too expensive for what we got..
Yes, the food was good.
Yes, the service was good.
No, the charges were not worth the quality of food and service.
We had a table of seven, arrived on a Tuesday evening at 7, left by 8:23.
Restaurant was near capacity.
Four of us ate dinner (separate checks).
Two drank just water and one had a soft drink.
The following bill for my wife and I:
Two Moretti beers ($4.00 each)
Two R Stuart Big Fire pinot noir ($12.00 each)
One Pollo Salad $10.00
One California Pie (pizza) $22.00
20% dinner gratuity $12.80
When I talked to a manager named Lauren, she kind of hemmed and hawed about the price of food, drink and gratuity.
By the way, a bottle of Big Fire retails between $18 and 20.
Figuring that a glass had about 4 ounces at $12 per glass, that is quite a profit margin.
I would have felt better about paying this much money at the Polo Grill or Michael Fusco's Riverside Grill Restaurant.
Their per-glass prices and overall dinner prices merit the higher cost.
Ta-ta, Tucci?I won?t be eating there anytime soon ? especially in this economy!
Where pizza is special!. I love tucci's pizza and salad. It is a gem of a place on Cherry Street. A rare find in Tulsa. If you love Coal Vines or Taverna in Dallas Uptown, you'll love Tucci's!
Vary intimate. Small initimate restraunt w/ great itallian food, vary romantic. Hidden treasure in Brookside that's great chioce for a date.
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