I'd try elsewhere before I went back. I felt driven to write a review specifically to give a heads up to others to skip the upcharge of having chicken added to your alfredo. Don't miss the opportunity to drink delicious chianti, house wine or marsala. Full-bodied and textural, with ripe flavors of black plum and cherry, cocoa and cassis. Spaghetti was very generic, sauce didn't seem homemade.
I suggest supplementing protein in another way to prevent ruining an otherwise good alfredo dish. Our meal earned 5 stars. It isnt the kind of place you need to dress up for, but you would feel comfortable if you did. Enjoy good tiramisu, cheesecakes and cannolis that are served at this restaurant. We will work with you to ensure that you have full access to the information available to the public on our site. And, oh yes, a sign of a great restaurant experience is planning your next trip before you're done! Once they brought our food, we never saw them again. Comes with a salad too.
Their pizza is baked to perfection, the pastas are to die for and the wine list is extensive. Oh - and the house Chianti is on the sweet side. Immerse yourself in the rich Appalachian culture of West Virginia at nearby Tamarack, where you can eat, shop, and witness the wares of local artists, chefs, and musicians. My husband had the fettuccine Alfredo with chicken, he could not finish it, and these were lunch portions. House salads were tasty, and though regular bread was available, we shared some garlic bread. Our service on the outdoor patio was great. The price was very reasonable so maybe should not have expected more.
Sleep well, and wake up to a free continental breakfast and grab some snacks for the road from our vending machines. Many golf and ski resorts are within a 20-mile radius. All hotels are independently owned and operated. They have a beautiful outdoor patio which is pet friendly and even brought our dog some water. Pity I cant get there as easy as I used to.
I had the veal marsala, and it was fabulous! The restaurant is a little more upscale than most local eateries, but dont let that keep you away. The food was good, fairly large portions, clean restaurant, and super friendly staff. A blend of Cabernet, Merlot, Malbec and Petit Verdot. It's a great place ,the staff is extremely friendly! I chose baked ziti with meat sauce and my wife had Fettuccine Alfredo. Please join us for lunch or dinner and we are sure we'll become one of your favorites too. Brave the rapids at West Virginia Adventures, just 15 minutes away. I had Spinach Stuffed Ravioli.
The food was fantastic and we will most definitely be back. The garlic bread was most likely Texas toast from the freezer section. Travelling to Florida for March break stopped by on our way down, Anne was very nice to fit us in last minute, David our waiter was very nice, entertaining and suggested items off the menu, very delish. I am even going to let the grumpy hostess go because our server more than made up for it in service and kindness. The deserts are very good and the full bar brings all the options you could want for beverages.
After a long day, don't forget to take time to relax in our hot tub. Invite your friends to Pasquale's with a romantic atmosphere. My shrimp was not seasoned at all. Their pizza is baked to perfection, the pastas are to die for and the wine list is extensive. She told me that they sell bottles of it, they repurpose wine bottles and sell the dressing.
When she did, she forgot what she was there for, but she made sure to pay attention to my boyfriend like he was the only person at the table. The red sauce was pretty good but a bit watery and serve red over the pasta, not cooked in it. Maybe it would have tasted better if our servers wouldn't have left such a bad taste in my mouth. Atmosphere is uncomplicated yet classy and I also love the lighting. We're were seated in the enclosed patio area which was freezing, mind you there was plenty of oom in the main dining area for 2.