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Among other Italian cuisune places to eat at, this bar can be one of the best. Here you will be able to order good chicken parmigiana, lobster ravioli and parmo. The unique characteristic of Bella Vita is serving tasty cheesecakes, tiramisu and cannolis. After a long working week, you can try delicious marsala, beer or bitter. According to the guests' opinions, coffee is good at this place.

Visit this spot to celebrate an anniversary, wedding or a birthday party. The gracious staff welcomes people all year round. This bar offers you dishes at fair prices. The nice decor and homey atmosphere let visitors feel relaxed here. As for the Google rating, Bella Vita got 4.3.

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Leslie C. Request content removal
First I'm gonna talk about the location and decor. Good location and the decor is nice compared to other Italian restaurants I've been to. I made a reservation and still waited for like 10 Mins before we were seated but there's not many people maybe short staffed, not sure. Now the food, that's why I have only one star. I ordered garlic bread- it was plain , it has like 5 thin strips with no garlicky flavor at all, didn't taste the butter and the marinara sauce tasted like out of the box. Not authentic or freshly made. Calamari- omg! The WORST I've had. It's rubbery, no flavor at all not crunchy, no option for sauce just the same marinara given to us with the garlic bread order. 2 drinks we got, peach Bellini and limoncello -- can't even taste any alcohol. Can't comment on the peach but the limoncello and sprite is bad. No taste and I can't taste the alcohol, no lemon taste whatsoever... I hated it. For our my entree, I ordered shrimp penne a la Vodka. It's not as creamy as it should be, the shrimp flavor is not there, the pasta is undercooked, not appetizing at all, I only ate half of it because  I am hungry!!! But if I'm not hungry I would probably just not eat it at all. The price did not match the quality of food, the presentation of food needs improvement to look more appetizing. Everything we ordered especially the food and drink looks and taste very ordinary nothing special like  what they advertise "obsessive Italian cuisine" nothing I can obsessed about. I hope they can improve their food coz it's just really bad for my taste. I would not go back or even recommend it.
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We love this restaurant.  Not only is the food outstanding,  but also the atmosphere & associates are the best around.   Robert Constanzo is a true gentleman and an awesome  throw back to when restaurant  owners actually cared about their customers. We can't wait for the new venue to open up.
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Given all the great reviews and their advertising of "obsessive Italian cuisine," we were curious to try Bella Vita. We actually went twice for dinner and found it overall decent but far from amazing. Reservations are easy to make through their website, and we were seated quickly on both visits. The interior is somewhat upscale. They don't have many booths and seemed to have mostly table seating. On our Saturday night visit they had a live singer which was cool. Service is very inconsistent. On the first visit the server was great. Super friendly and attentive. On the second visit we had a different server. He took forever to greet us after being seated, and he seemed to be putting in the bare minimum of effort. He wasn't rude, but he was a big change from the first server. He didn't go over the menu or any of the specials (the server at the next table did). When you're first seated, the assistant who pours the water asks if you want bread or garlic bread. They won't mention a price. Beware - they charge $2 for house bread. What restaurant does that? It doesn't seem quite Italian hospitality. The garlic bread was $8. One of our favorite local Italian places provides unlimited complimentary garlic knots with your meal. So, that was not a fun thing to discover about Bella Vita. We tried both the bread and garlic bread. Both were decent but nothing amazing. On the second visit the server said the garlic bread would be on the house since we waited such a long time for him to show up. It was still on the bill when he presented it which required us to remind him about what he said earlier (somewhat awkward). For starters/appetizers we've tried the calamari and the Caesar salad. The calamari was not very good. Quite rubbery. The salad was decent but nothing special. For entrees I've tried the chicken puttanesca and the chicken Marsala. The puttanesca was better with a robust though salty sauce somewhat akin to a cacciatore. The Marsala was decent and not overly sweet but quite light on the Marsala wine taste. For dessert I had the tiramisu. This was quite good and moist with an almost custard-like texture. It was heavy on the chocolate taste with virtually no taste of amaretto despite it being advertised as "amaretto soaked." For beverages I have tried the "Nina Mora" cocktail as well as moscato and Riesling wines. The cocktail was tasty and strong. The wines were also good and reasonably priced by the glass. Overall this was a decent Italian meal but seemed far from "obsessive" Italian cuisine.
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ClosedOpens at 3PM
$$$$ Price range per person $11 - $30
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4965 Blue Diamond Rd
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
4965 Blue Diamond Rd, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Сredit cards accepted Delivery Takeaway Parking Booking Outdoor seating Wheelchair accessible TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 3PM-9PM
MondayMon 3PM-9PM
TuesdayTue 3PM-9PM
WednesdayWed 3PM-9PM
ThursdayThu 3PM-9PM
FridayFri 3PM-9:30PM
SaturdaySat 3PM-9:30PM
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