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TRE GRAZIE - Brockport, NY
Submitted by
Frank Petronio

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Considering our area's large Italian-American population, good Italian food
should be easy to find, right? With that hope in mind, we decided to try Tre
Grazie, Brockport's only Italian restaurant.

Located on a second floor loft above Mainstreet, between the Strand Movie
Theater and the LiftBridge Bookshop, Tre Grazie has a pleasantly restored
Victorian charm. The prices are a bit high for Italian - most items were
between $10-16 ala carte. The waitress wobbled a bit on her platforms but
we're sure that she is an old pro by now.

The bottom line is that the food mainly consists of Garlic liberally applied
over every dish. I like garlic but for our meal it was used in quantity
sufficient to ignite the nearby gas fireplace. I lost a crucial promotion
due to my bad breath. Our sex life was curtailed for about a week as our
systems digested the cloves.

I don't remember what we ordered - it was overwhelmed by the garlic. Tre
Grazie hides their cooking behind a mountain of cloves that will empty your
wallet and leave you with a long-lasting, somewhat obnoxious memory of your
meal.

Brockport does have a few good alternatives - classic diner fare at Mythos
and the Brockport Diner - but good Italian in a sit-down, nicer atmosphere
is still best left to the city.

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