Andiamo Italian Bar & Grill

(972) 233-1515 | View Website

4151 Belt Line Rd, Addison, TX | Directions   75001

32.955048 -96.839365

Open Hours

Monday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Tuesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Wednesday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Thursday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Friday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Saturday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Sunday 09:00 AM - 10:00 PM

Restaurants, Bars & Clubs, Bars & Pubs  more

More Categories: Taverns

Ethnic Market Products: Italian Food Products

Cuisine: Seafood, Italian, Steakhouse

Price: $$

Tags: Quiet, Theater District Dining

Payment Methods: American Express, MasterCard, Visa


Bruschetta, Garlic Bread, Minestrone, Lobster Bisque, Soup of the Day, Conghiglie al Forno, Fresh Steamed Mussels, Calamari Fritti, Smoked Salmon, Caesar Salad... more

Reviews for Andiamo Italian Bar & Grill

over a year ago

Great Service and FABULOUS food! – I made reservations at Andiamo's for a Bachelorette Party even though I had never been there before. We were looking for good Italian food on Beltline, and this turned out to be the best Italian food I have ever had. Having a party of 13 women for a Bachelorette Party can be quit an undertaking, but the service was unbelievable. Many people at our table ordered the Lasagna, and it was absolutely wonderful! Then they treated our Bachelorette to a slice of Cheesecake that was out of this world! Everyone in our group was blown away by the food and service. I HIGHLY recommend this place!

over a year ago

Wow! That's Italian! – I have driven by Andiamo for years and said too many times to count that we have to try them sometime. I am so mad I didn't go in years ago! The hostess was very cordial when we came in. Although after looking around wearing jeans and a collared shirt I was slightly underdressed, I was never made to feel that way by any means. Our server, Marco, was prompt, guided us through the menu and was very knowledgeable right down to the spices. We had the baked clams in pesto sauce as an app. and they were as delicious as any I've had in the NE. My wife had Veal Saltimboca which was quite tasty and I had the Linguini Pescatore. The linguini dish had the best sauce for a seafood dish as I have ver tested. I was blown away by the rich flavor. Marco said it was the saffron that really makes the difference and with the blend of seafood delights it was really incredible. We had Tiramisu and an Italian type flan on Marco's suggestionfor dessert (he let us try the flan on the house), both are homemade and equally delicious. They had an excellent wine selection, full bar with a wide selection of liqueurs. We had Espresso and Cappucino's that were rich and better than the usual flavor of most others I've had. We have dined in the best Italian restaurants in NYC, both upscale and neighborhood Bronx joints, also traveled and dined in both Northern and Southern Italy. I would put Andiamo up against most if not any of them. All this and the prices were surprisingly very reasonable. You can bet my wife and I will be regular diners from now on! Ask for Marco - he'll take great care of you.

over a year ago

::A PERFECT RESTAURANT:: – I went here two days ago with my boyfriend for the first time. It was amazing. As soon as we walked in the door we received excellent service. The hostess was so nice and the calm, laid-back, and classy atmosphere immediately grabbed my attention. We sat in a very quiet little corner in the back of the restaurant. The lighting was perfect and the table was set up very elegantly. It is a very small and personable place. They put effort into each little detail right down to the display of the napkins. Our waiter was one of the best waiters I've ever had. He was friendly and very attentive. The food was absolutely amazing. I would reccomend the salmon. mmm. with caesar salad.

This restaurant is good to go to when your just looking for a quiet, low key, yet classy night out. I'm really glad I tried it. I will definitely go back.

Doesn't Recommend
over a year ago

This is a bad restaurant towards black people!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! – I went to this restaurant with my girlfriend, and wanted to take a glance at the menu before deciding whether or not we would like to eat there, and my girlfriend had to use the restroom bad, so the hostess had an attitude and assumed thats the reason why we came, and when my girlfriend came back, she said out loudly and rudely that in front of customers " THIS IS NOT A PUBLIC RESTROOM, NEXT TIME DON'T COME BACK HERE, THERE IS A GAS STATION ACROSS THE STREET". I was very offended by that type of treatment. After that I told her we would not be coming here again!!!!!!!!!!!!!! She was very rude and disrespectful!!!!! Very poor service!!!

over a year ago

Beautiful – I absolutely adored this establishment. The food was alive and exciting and a good choice of wines. I recommend it to anyone seeking a cozy, comfortable, and classic dining experience. It's perfect for a getaway evening with adult friends or family. I must add, though the restaurant is described as casual dress, it is not meant for blue jeans or shorts. That is completely inappropriate.

over a year ago

Addison staple has been quietly dishing up comfort food alla Toscana for years. – The Scene
A dark glossy bar and beautiful hostesses greet patrons. If there's a wait, it's because diners like to linger at this intimate, cozy restaurant. Terra-cotta tile, light woods and dusty-pink tablecloths surround an enormous floral arrangement in the middle of the room. A bust of Caesar and portraits of Roman nobles cover the walls; ivy and other foliage drape doorways.

The Food
DIners can't go wrong with gamberi ripieni alla Cipriani, a shrimp dish named after the famous Venetian bar. Juicy jumbo shrimp are stuffed with sauteed crabmeat and smoky mushrooms, topped with an elegant tomato-wine sauce. Dieters enjoy indulgent-tasting paillard di pollo Savonarola (grilled chicken breast); a drizzle of lemon juice and a tousle of fresh spinach leaves enliven the mushroom-covered meat. Gnocchi della casa are firm and meld well with lovely, garlicky pesto sauce. For dessert, brandied bitter cherries with ice cream tastes sophisticated and light.


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