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Primo Vino

12511 Mayfield Rd.
Cleveland, Ohio 44106

216.229.3334

Little Italy

Bar,Patio,Italian, $$,$$$


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Reviews of Primo Vino

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FOOD GOOD - WINE GREAT


I am always impressed with the wine here. The list is more inclusive than most high end Italian places and the food does a nice job of complimenting the great wines. Not a gourmet meal, just a real down to earth Mama's cuisine and wine well better than Dago Red. A great value. Don't miss this restaurant!

Review by Jim Iubelt from Madison, Ohio posted July 06, 2012

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Good Food!!! Home- like atmosphere!!!


My husband and I have been there numerous times and never had a bad meal there. We like it very much and go there at least once a year, during La Festa. The service is good and the atmosphere is like being in Nonna's basement. When you go in and smell the food cooking, it really stimulates the appetite.

Review by faithful customer from Stow, OH posted August 10, 2011

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DISGUSTING


I had a serious craving for Italian food, so my boyfriend and I visited the best place to get it in Cleveland: Little Italy. We ended up choosing Primo Vino as our destination. I decided to try the veal because it was recommended, however, it turned out to be the WORST meal I had ever eaten in my life. It was drowned in garlic lemon butter sauce that caused the breading to become soggy. The veal itself was thin and tasted like beef jerky. The pasta sauce had no flavor and the noodles were overcooked. My boyfriend's stuffed flounder was just decent, definitely not worth the price. His pasta was identical to mine, no flavor and overcooked. Instead of helping us, our server became angry at my complaints. We ended up switching our meals so we wouldn't have to send mine back, but still, neither one of us ate anymore. Our server brought us dessert without our knowledge, which I thought it was a peace offering, but then it was still charged to our bill. Basically, it was $75.00 bill for disgusting, bland, tasteless, overcooked, and drowned food. If there was a manager, he/she never visited us. We will certainly never return.

Review by Disappointed Customer from Parma, Oh posted April 03, 2011

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Mothers day with son


Took my mom to cleveland for a ball game and wanted to try some good italian food in Little Italy. All the big shops were booked up, but ended up at the top of the hill and voila: Primo Vino. Good food, little bit slow service at first, but the feeling of being in my own grandmas basement, paid off. You can pay 20 dollars a plate down the hill which is OK, we tried with dads day a year ago, or go for some home cooked food at Primos with love. Thanks for a good Mothers Day present, even if it was one day early.

Review by The Mayor from Gibraltar posted May 09, 2010

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wine tasting


wine tasting events with remarkable gourmet italian food and many glasses of unique italian wine compliments the traditional authentic family neighborhood jewel, great service, modestly priced, seafood pasta is the best. Dare you to try the tripe soup and polenta

Review by billy g from gates mills posted October 09, 2009

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Great Place in Little Italy Cleveland


This is a great restraunt. Try the dandelion salad if you know what that is about. This is a great place at the top of the hill. I'd say it has more sicilian type dishes. The helpings are good and you get dishes you could expect at grandmas.

Review by David Napoli from Eucild posted June 21, 2009

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Northern Ohio Live Magazine


This snug restaurant feels like a family dining room, right down to the sports trophies displayed alongside oversized wine bottles and stacks of food magazines. The cozy basement setting is devoid of a hostess stand: Once you enter, you'll be greeted by a friendly server and shown to a table or a seat at the rounded bar. A good variety of starters include polenta - a generous, tender brick of it, served with a thick slice of Danish havarti and a pool of tomato sauce. Most menu selections here are updated takes on traditional Italian fare, served piping hot in generous portions. Entrees such as veal Parmesan and chicken piccata are accompanied by heaping bowls of pasta in a sweet and mild marinara sauce; seafood dishes are also well represented. As its name implies, Primo Vino offers what one might call a good wine selection - about 475 varieties. Cigar smoking is permitted at the bar.

Review by Northern Ohio Live posted June 03, 2005


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