Angelo's Italy is a family owned and run trattoria-style authentic italian restaurant. If you like great Italian food, fast service and a friendly staff Angelo's is the place for you!
Reviews from "The World - Newspaper"
Angelo’s Italy is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday with a break from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. when they are closed. On Sunday, the restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. for lunch only. The restaurant, which is located at 130 Chicago Ave., Bandon (the old Wild Rose Bistro location) is closed on Mondays.
The pizzas were so popular on Friday, that Angelo went through his entire first weekend’s supply of dough that first day.
Autumn ordered the spaghetti Bolognese and I had the spaghetti and meatballs. The bread they bring you for an appetizer is wonderful, but take it from me, you’ll want to save some for your meal (I didn’t), because you’ll want it to mop up some of that sauce.
Another hint, you might want to make reservations, especially for dinner. The number is 541-329-0372. They were packed for dinner on Saturday, and I can imagine they are going to be for quite a while. One person in line in front of us had been there on Friday, and was just in line to make reservations for later Saturday night.
I get the feeling that an affordable Italian restaurant in Bandon is just what Old Town was waiting for.
Yesterday I took my lady friend to Angelo’s in Bandon. It looked a lot like some of the Italian family restaurants I remember when I was a kid in San Francisco in the 30s & 40s, with the red checked tablecloths, a welcoming sight. Angelo came out and introduced himself, a nice Italian from Rome. We had an excellent lunch, I had sausage and rigatoni, and Bertie had eggplant parmesan. The marinara sauce was gently seasoned and delicious, the pasta cooked tender, not that half-raw stuff that seems to still be a fad in some places. I have never been much for the fennel seasoned Italian sausage, and Angelo’s was very mild, with not a hint of licorice.
Talking with a threesome at the next table, they were equally enthused about at last having a great Italian restaurant in this area. I can’t wait to go back.
We usually get together weekly for lunch, and it is getting harder and harder to choose our favorite places. But Angelo’s is definitely one of them.