Italian, Pizza, Vegetarian options
Open now 11:00 - 21:00
$$$$ Price range per person $11-30
12 Blanchard Rd, Quincy
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Quincy, Massachusetts, USA

This restaurant serves Italian cuisine. Nicely cooked Pepperoni, chicken piccata and ravioli might be what you need. That's a good idea to order tasty cannolis, chocolate cakes and lemon pie. At Gennaro's Eatery, clients may order good marsala, beer or rum. As many visitors affirm, coffee is really good.

The cosy atmosphere of this place makes customers feel relaxed and have a nice time. The competent staff works hard, stays positive and makes this place great. Fabulous service is a strong point that plays a great role for the success of this spot. You will like democratic prices. Visit this restaurant and discover that the decor is divine. According to the Zomato 5-point grading model, Gennaro's Eatery got 4.

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Always good. Always consistent. Service for takeout is 5 Stars. Good Crue
I enjoy the flavorful Italian foods from Gennaro's Eatery. They're an authentic Italian restaurant with a large dining area as well as a huge take-out business. On my last visit there, we decided to eat in at the restaurant. We arrived at around 6:00pm and put our names in for a table for two. This was on a Saturday night so it was expected that there'd be a bit of a wait for a table. After about 20 to 25 minutes, we were told our table was ready. For as busy as they are on weekend nights, we considered that to be an average wait time. (I'm always a little suspicious when there's no wait at a particular restaurant because to me, I consider that a warning signal that the food's not that great) So, after our 20 to 25 minuted wait, we were escorted to our table. Perhaps my only "con" for eating in at Gennaro's is that the dining room is pretty loud due to the "open seating" like set up. The dining room can hold approximately 60 guests spread out among different tables. I was noticing that the booths along the wall had a bit more privacy than we did as a table for two sitting among many other two-tops . and four-tops. It was a little hard to hear each other talking because of this. However, the servers are incredibly efficient and quick to keep the flow moving along. We were first brought our drinks and then a basket of bread, which by the way, is some of the best bread and butter I've ever enjoyed! The bread is like a basket of air, so fresh and light, with a soft crust on the edges. It's a true Italian bread, which pairs perfectly with any one of the Italian dishes and salads we had. Despite the efficiency of the servers, we never feel rushed to "eat and pay" and move along. We lingered for quite some time while we enjoyed our coffee and split one of their wonderful Italian desserts. I often get take out from Gennaro's during the winter months as well. The portions are huge and the meals are delivered piping hot! They always come with a container of shake cheese and a half of a loaf of that yummy bread. I can't think of one meal that I've had from Gennaro's that didn't live up to its hype! I've had everything from the eggplant parm to the chicken and veal parm. When we want to eat light, we always order the Antipasto salad, which comes so fresh with a multitude of Italian meats, olives and homemade house dressing and we split a hot meal.All in all, the food and the well run restaurant is definitely a 5-STAR every day restaurant with consistently great food. I deducted one star for the noisy atmosphere in the dining area. The wait time is definitely average for a restaurant this good and there is some seating available for folks during their wait for a table. I'd recommend to friends and family looking for a great meal at a very reasonable price. The average cost for two people including one alcoholic beverage is around $60, which in comparison to other restaurants seems to be right in line. I believe this family run business has been around for a long time and I see it continuing to be around for years to come!
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12 Blanchard Rd, Quincy, Massachusetts, USA
Features
Delivery Takeaway Сredit cards accepted No outdoor seating Parking No booking Wheelchair accessible Wi-Fi TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 11:00-15:00
TuesdayTue 11:00-21:00
WednesdayWed 11:00-21:00
ThursdayThu 11:00-21:00
FridayFri 11:00-22:00
SaturdaySat 11:00-22:00

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