4041 Audrie St, Las Vegas, NV | Directions 8910936.114762 -115.167875
Monday To Sunday From 04:30 PM To 10:30 PM
Amazing food, old Vegas, and very reasonable prices – This place is great. There is no way you can complain about the food or the prices. It is old school and comfortable. Nothing to fancy. Great if you like old Vegas, or an old Italian restaraunt back east. $26 for Veal Parm, unlimited wine, a salad, and cappucino. I live in Vegas, and anywhere else you are spending more than that on just the wine. The staff is great, it is full of history, and just a great time. I have brought relatives and out of town guests of all ages, and haven't had anything close to a complaint. Everyone loves it. Mangia
below average food for high end price – This place came as a recommendation to me through a friend as having good food, reasonably priced. I am not a picky eater, and since everywhere else you go in Vegas seems to break the bank so thought I'd give it a shot. The restaurant staff were friendly with an old mom and pop style decor, very similar to Bucca di Beppo's decor and having menu on the wall (I am wondering if Bucca stole their idea).
Doesn't matter what entree you order, it's ~$20/person, and the meal is packaged come with either salad or soup, garlic bread, the entree itself, and a cup of cappachino, and the unlimited wine. I had the lasagna, and the marinara sauce was abit too sour for my taste, and the noodle just doesn't have much flavor. The whole meal just tasteted like cafeteria food. I was quite disappointed, and from value perspective, I think one can probably get equal or better food at Olive Garden, and I am not a fan of Olive Garden.
The accordian player was about 80+ years old, and goes around each table chit chatting with all the patrons. However, for the barely audible singing and the short 30 sec performance, I didn't think he's worth the tip.
Overall, I'd not go back to this place. The ambiance/decor is ok, staff service and attitude is friendly. Just didn't think the food was worth $20/person. However, put it in perspective of a tourist area, downtown Vegas, I guess it's reasonable to charge that amount, but I'd take my $20 and go somewhere else.
Lost in the moment – My husband and I spent a week in Vegas on business. I had seen a review of Battista's Hole in the Wall on the Travel Channel so we decided to give it a try. We did not have reservations. We enjoyed a beer at the bar for about a half hour while we waited for a table. The atmosphere was very lively and fun...lots of chatter and dishes clanking. The food was magnificent...best lasagna I have ever eaten. The wine flowed freely and was equally magnificent. The accordian player was charming and sweet. The service was wonderful. The price was excellent. We had garlic bread, salad, a pasta entree, unlimited red or white wine and a cappuccino for about $20 per person. That's a tough deal to beat in Vegas! With all of it's charm, wonderful smells, and delectable Italian cuisine, Battista's gave us a enchantingly romantic evening that we will never forget!
Atmosphere overshadows average food – While I was initially nervous - the menu was on the wall and the place had a strange smell - the atmosphere proved to be the best part of the dining experience. Besides, who can be disappointed with a place that sets carafes of wine on your table as soon as you're seated?! While the food was not the best I've ever had and certainly not the best deal, I felt like I was eating with family - the entire room sang happy birthday to one of the patrons and we all toasted a dead guy (don't know what that was about but it was fun none-the-less). I say - try it! The experience will be bringing me back for more.
Beware: High prices, bad food! – Terrible. I am Italian and know good Italian food. Very high price for food that tasted like it was out of a microwave package or a jar. Service was slow and inattentive, there were 8 of us for a 50th birthday party weekend and our table was basically ignored. Yes the wine is free but it tasted like swill. The atmosphere, however, is charming. Go to Pietro's near the convention center. It is the real deal.
Although fun atmosphere - food is average to below average – Although a fun place to go for tourists, the food is expensive for the quality you receive. Try another Italian place; there are plenty in the valley that offer authentic cuisine and not pricey.
Skip this Place for Italian Food – I have been to Battista's two times. Once there were four of us and with reservations we had to wait and there is very little place to wait. The service is horrible and they should be embarrassed to say they call this service, it's better at a buffet. The two waiters I had were old and grumpy and mean, I did notice if you were old like they were they gave you better service. The second time I was with a wedding party and these people were from a small town in Ohio and they said they had better food and service. The food is overpriced. I am not sure why people make such a big deal about this place, I really think more then not more people only go once and they realize how bad the whole experience is. The waiter handling the wedding party was not good. If you want better Italian food, I would go up the street to Olive Garden, you will be much happier.
The best Italian Food in Las Vegas – Great location, don't have to deal with casino traffic and no wait. The WINE flows free from the time you sit down to the time you leave. The food is incredible and the service is spectacular. I make sure that everyone I know goes to Batista's when they visit Las Vegas. Don't miss it or you waisted a trip Vegas.
NOT GOING BACK – sorry to say that we will not go back, we love italian food and being italian we try not to be too critical....food overpriced, little flavor
Great time with freinds, and plenty of wine! – We went here with friends that had just renewed their wedding vows. The atmosphere was great and fun- just what we were looking for. It was easy to get in and we were quickly seated without reservations. maybe a 15 minute wait at the bar. The food great, and the fact that dinner comes with unlimited wine made it a perfect place for a celebration. The accordian player makes it a point to stop by every table asking "how are you doing tonight". It was a great experience. I would go again just for the fun, friendly atmosphere
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