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Bravo! Cucina Italiana

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250 W. Bridge Street
Homestead, PA 15120
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Bravo! Cucina Italiana - Homestead, PA

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oh my gosh this restaurant is one one the best italian places anybody could eat at. I eat at bravos at least 1-2 times a week. i have tried many of items on the menu and there is...

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Are all the reviews of this restaurant made by the staff -- to increase the ratings? Wow. Amazing. I can't believe everyone has had such good experiences at Bravo!. Having not ...

Editorial review from Citysearch 8/26/2012

Overpriced and small portions. While some of the items were really tasty, others were just really run of the mill. There's so many other good Italian options in the area, why waste your time and money here? Can't blame the wait staff, which is friendly enough, or the cooks, they're doing the best they can with what they have to work with, but this place has never impressed me. more

Bravo Cucina Italiana Homestead, Pa. 9/15/2010

My husband and have always loved the Bravo restaurant, both in Homestead and near the airport. A month ago we went to a movie and called Bravo to make a reservation before the movie. We were told that it is policy that they do not take reservations and the wait time starts when you walk in the door. After the movie, we walked across the street and as we walked up to the hostess' desk, another lady walked up and said that she had a reservation. The hostess asked her name and the other girl took her to a table. I told the hostess we were told you couldn't make reservations. She said that perhaps they were busy when I called! She simply asked my name and told me to wait. We waited for 35 minutes and watched 3 other people come in and get seated before us, although they did not seem to have reservations. The girl was very abrupt, close to rude and I assume she let us wait for questioning the reservation policy. While I waited, I used the bathroom and thankfully had tissues in my pocket because there was NO toilet paper in ""any"" of the stalls. Once we were seated, we waited over 25 minutes before anyone came to our table and then she apologized for not realizing we were at her table. What a totally horrible night! Two weeks ago, we stopped at Cheesecake Factory instead for supper. The food was not nearly as good, but the service was better. I feel the whole night at Bravo got off on the wrong foot because of the hostess. She certainly should not be what your restaurant is all about. more

You're Seriously Kidding, Right?!? 8/31/2009

Are all the reviews of this restaurant made by the staff -- to increase the ratings? Wow. Amazing. I can't believe everyone has had such good experiences at Bravo!. Having not lived in Pittsburgh for several years, I was excited to return and head back to Bravo! -- the food of which I generally enjoy. However, the service is horrible! Being out on a special occasion, I had ordered a bottle of Moet Champagne, at $85 menu price (i.e., $45 in the state liquor stores) and was told by the server, ""Sorry - we don't have any more champagne flutes, we only have white wine glasses."" My response was, ""You've GOT to be kidding, right?"" We spoke to a manager who offered no assistance, as well. For and $85 bottle of champagne -- head out to Target and pick up some before you serve the wine, you goof! There were sooo many poor serving experiences (poor timing, not checking back in an appropriate time, incorrectly staggered courses/ progression of order)... I can only wonder: ""Are the servers and staff writing all the reviews, here.... or are people in Pittsburgh seriously 'okay' being underwhelmed and have no idea what to expect from good, let alone 'great' service!"" Having been a server before (and a pretty good one, at that!), I know what to look for in the way of service standards... and I'm always -- ALWAYS -- left unimpressed with Bravo! Don't even think about trying the Bravo on McKnight road, North Hills, Pittsburgh -- It's exactly the same. Other than the food -- I'd never consider going back. Save the extra money and head to Olive Garden or a local, family owned Italian restaurant.... you'll be happy that you did! Meal Total (two persons; appetizers, salads, entree): $45 Bar Total: $100 Desserts/After Dinner Drinks: $25 Overall Check Value: $170. Tip left for poor service: $15. Pros: Clean, Nice Atmosphere Cons: ... Too many to mention? more

Everything item is delicious 2/12/2007

oh my gosh this restaurant is one one the best italian places anybody could eat at. I eat at bravos at least 1-2 times a week. i have tried many of items on the menu and there is notone thing i did not like. if u like chicken i would HIGHLY suggest their romano crusted chicken.. they also have a romano crusted chicken salad and u can get chicken with potatoes which are really good. their raviolis are made in a white sauce with a few stripes of pesto. its not an alfredo sauce but it is simply delicious. i've tried 95% of the menu. bottom line is ANTHING IS VERY GOOD Pros: best food more

Diablo! 6/18/2006

Simply the tastiest shrimp pasta dish around. If you like Italian food you'll love Bravo. It's a good job they are a chain. more

Bravisimo! 10/27/2005

My wife and I love Bravo. We have been to several. The food and the service is always excellent. I recommend the Shrimp Diavolo and the cheesecake. The salads and bread with olive oil are outstanding. Enjoy! Pros: Great food, Great desserts, Courteous service Cons: A bit noisy more

Great place for lunch 1/15/2003

Love the look of this place. I was amazed at how relaxed I felt at this restaurant. There was a large selection to chose from on the menu, the prices are resonable, and the service was excellant. My mother and I ate lunch there, and did not fill rushed to leave our table or fill to stuffy in our surroundings. more

bravo for bravos 10/9/2002

the food was excellent and at a good price. the atmosphere was romantic yet good for the family. it was clean, friendly, and just all around great resturaunt with friendly faces! more

Molto Bravo!! 10/5/2002

What an amazing restaurant!!!! I visited Bravo on a Friday night a few weeks ago. I was told there was an hour wait but within 10 minutes I had a table. The ambiance in this restaurant was one of the nicest I've ever seen. The food was excellent. I'm Italian and am picky about the places I eat, but I was definitely satisfied with Bravo. I will be returning soon. Pros: Beautiful Inside, Reasonable Prices, Excellent Service more

10-a must if you like Italian 7/21/2002

We eat there every week. Never had a bad visit and never had a dish that wasn't fantastic. If you like Italian food this is a must. Pros: large selection, price, staff more
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  • BRAVO! is white-tablecloth casual dining at its best with great tasting Italian food and inviting atmosphere under a fun, family-friendly Roman ruin decor. BRAVO! specializes its Italian menu on a broad choice of fresh, made- to-order, authentic Italian...

Editorial

  • Bravo Cucina serves up classic italian food in a family-friendly atmosphere complete with friendly and accomodating staff. Crayons and an...

  • 10/7/2012 Provided by KidScore

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    West Homestead

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