When entertaining business associates, Sempre Vivolo is my go to. The food, the sevice and ambiance is what I enjoy.
Place is very old and has dirty carpets and ceilings. Wonder about the kitchen. The mixed green salad was good. Seafood salad horrible looks nice but horrible no taste at all maybe it's from a can from China. Fish was soft and mushy as if it was frozen for six months and the Linguini came swimming in oil just horrible.
We visited Sempre Vivolo on Valentine's Day. We have been to this establishment before and the service is always excellent. The food is very good. I am always impressed by the professionalism. Highly recommend.
We visited on a Thursday night after work (business dinner). We were a group of 12 and sat at a large table. The service was excellent. The waiter was not frazzled by a large table The food was very very good. There are so many Italian restaurants on Long Island that serve great food, but, I think Sempre Vivolo is... 更多
I was treated to an "old school" Italian ambiance experience while recently visiting Long Island on business. Where the waiters treat you like a king and mama is in the back whipping up her favorites. The vino and Italian flowed freely. I can't wait to get back there on my next trip and see Mr. V and his crew.
We were invited guests by friends of ours from the region. Being Francophones, the Italian language isn't that foreign to us. So, when our small group encountered the warm and friendly reception by the classically, tuxedo dressed, Maitre D' at the door in that Latin language, we knew we were about to enjoy a dining experience. The dining room was... 更多
We were seated at a cozy round table for four. The menu is extensive with delicious selections of antipasto, salads, pasta, chicken, veal, beef and fish dishes. The specials sounded awesome but I had the stuffed veal chop which was outstanding. The service was impeccable. Good time had by all