Armando's Ristorante Italiano

★★★★★
  • 9355 Crown Crest Boulevard

    Parker, CO 80138

    Map & Directions
  • 720-851-6770

About Armando's Ristorante Italiano

Categories
  • Restaurants
Details
  • Carry Out
Hours
M-Th 11am-9pm, F-Sa 11am-10pm, Su 11am-9pm
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Emails
  • info@armandosinparker.com
Keywords
  • italiano restaurant
  • spaghetti
  • food
  • restaurant
  • Italian dishes
  • gourmet dishes
  • family meals
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Good food with an authentic flavor. Spaghetti noodles a bit on the thick side. Meatballs great! Fun staff, very helpful. Restaurant with a history.

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Good food with an authentic flavor. Spaghetti noodles a bit on the thick side. Meatballs great! Fun staff, very helpful. Restaurant with a history.

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We had gone to Armondo's often. Some friends of ours had said that the owner can be kind of a jerk, but we had never had much to do with him until our last visit. Now I will never return. \r
Four of us were seated at a table for six, with

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We had gone to Armondo's often. Some friends of ours had said that the owner can be kind of a jerk, but we had never had much to do with him until our last visit. Now I will never return. \r
Four of us were seated at a table for six, with

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We were there for happy hour and the waiter did not put our order in time for the pricing. We asked to get the pricing corrected and the owner REFUSED to. Our food was delivered to the wrong table and we were double billed for that also.

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★★★★★

We were there for happy hour and the waiter did not put our order in time for the pricing. We asked to get the pricing corrected and the owner REFUSED to. Our food was delivered to the wrong table and we were double billed for that also.

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We have a big family meal here a couple of times a year. The bread rolls are outstanding as is the service. The happy hour could be beefed up a bit - but the dinner menu is enormous and all the dishes delicious!

3
★★★★★

We have a big family meal here a couple of times a year. The bread rolls are outstanding as is the service. The happy hour could be beefed up a bit - but the dinner menu is enormous and all the dishes delicious!

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My husband and I went here for a datenight and found it to be a very lovely place. We had to wait for like 20 minutes to be seated because it was very busy but well worth the wait. We were treated wonderfully by our waiter and he served us

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My husband and I went here for a datenight and found it to be a very lovely place. We had to wait for like 20 minutes to be seated because it was very busy but well worth the wait. We were treated wonderfully by our waiter and he served us

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I originally went in to add this to a LONG list of Italian restaurants that are 'wanabeez' \r
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I walked in wanting to beef up on my Italian, and eat. They welcomed me with open arms. \r
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I love family operated restaurants. Menu was

3
★★★★★

I originally went in to add this to a LONG list of Italian restaurants that are 'wanabeez' \r
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I walked in wanting to beef up on my Italian, and eat. They welcomed me with open arms. \r
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I love family operated restaurants. Menu was

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If you are the typical Coloradan who thinks EYE-TAL-YEN food is overcooked spaghetti smothered in undercooked red meat sauce, go to Denny's. If you understand real Italian Cuisine and the concept of taking the time to dine as an experience of food, ambience, and care- Armando's is the place to enjoy a nice range of Italian provincial foods. But if you just wanna strap on the ole feed bag and fuel up for 12 minutes like most Coloradans who don't know any better, stay away so the rest of us can enjoy Armando's.

2
★★★★★

If you are the typical Coloradan who thinks EYE-TAL-YEN food is overcooked spaghetti smothered in undercooked red meat sauce, go to Denny's. If you understand real Italian Cuisine and the concept of taking the time to dine as an experience of food, ambience, and care- Armando's is the place to enjoy a nice range of Italian provincial foods. But if you just wanna strap on the ole feed bag and fuel up for 12 minutes like most Coloradans who don't know any better, stay away so the rest of us can enjoy Armando's.

Pros: Real Italian Cuisine, well prepared, variety

Cons: Wish it was closer, but it's well worth the 25 min drive

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I waited between 5-10 minutes after I was seated for the server to show up at my table-and the restaurant was not busy. I was surprised to learn that an "Italian Salad" was just lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers (the menu did not offer the benefit of a description) and that "Balsamic Vinagerette" was oil and vinegar. My salad was totally lacking in flavor, not even the chicken was seasoned. The server did not come to my table until I was almost finished, and then asked "is everything still good?"! If he had checked on me right after my meal was served, he could have at least brought me some parmesan for my Italian Salad.

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★☆☆☆☆

I waited between 5-10 minutes after I was seated for the server to show up at my table-and the restaurant was not busy. I was surprised to learn that an "Italian Salad" was just lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers (the menu did not offer the benefit of a description) and that "Balsamic Vinagerette" was oil and vinegar. My salad was totally lacking in flavor, not even the chicken was seasoned. The server did not come to my table until I was almost finished, and then asked "is everything still good?"! If he had checked on me right after my meal was served, he could have at least brought me some parmesan for my Italian Salad.

Pros: food was fresh

Cons: service was lacking, and so was the flavor

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We've been here several times and it doesn't disappoint. The service is pretty good and the food is delicious.

2
★★★★☆

We've been here several times and it doesn't disappoint. The service is pretty good and the food is delicious.

Pros: Food, Price, Service

Cons: none

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Real Italian food,cooked fresh. Armando's is very relaxed. If you like real Italian food, this is the place.
Service you can't beat, worth the trip to the area.

2
★★★★★

Real Italian food,cooked fresh. Armando's is very relaxed. If you like real Italian food, this is the place.
Service you can't beat, worth the trip to the area.

Pros: Food is great,people are nice

Cons: no complaints at all....

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We visited this Armando's a few weeks ago. This was our third time at this location to eat. We were told our wait would be fifteen minutes. We sat and waited. We started to notice other parties coming in and sitting in the bar. When the owner would see them (his friends), he would come over, kiss them and take them to a table. He was letting his friends be seated before the rest of the people waiting for a table. My father confronted him. The owner stated they had reservations. My father then went over to the hostess, and noticed our name was at the top of the list with numerous names crossed off below. The hostess stated the owner does this often. She apologized for what happened. As we were leaving as we no longer wanted to eat at the restaurant, the owner continued to argue with us.

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★★☆☆☆

We visited this Armando's a few weeks ago. This was our third time at this location to eat. We were told our wait would be fifteen minutes. We sat and waited. We started to notice other parties coming in and sitting in the bar. When the owner would see them (his friends), he would come over, kiss them and take them to a table. He was letting his friends be seated before the rest of the people waiting for a table. My father confronted him. The owner stated they had reservations. My father then went over to the hostess, and noticed our name was at the top of the list with numerous names crossed off below. The hostess stated the owner does this often. She apologized for what happened. As we were leaving as we no longer wanted to eat at the restaurant, the owner continued to argue with us.

Pros: Wonderful italian food

Cons: Terrible service (Owner's nose out of joint)

Message from Armando's Ristorante Italiano

Armando’s begin serving fine Italian food in September of 1987 in Cherry Creek with Armando, Antonio, Benito, and their father Gregorio. When you walk into our doors you are greeted by a friendly hello. We are always making our way through the restaurant to greet each guest and make new friends every day.



Whether you choose to dive into our famous Cioppino or stay close to home with our Chicken Parmigiana we guarantee that you will leave our home feeling satisfied. We believe that what we do is an art, an art to satisfy and please your soul.

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