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.
on a second floor loft above Mainstreet, between the Strand Movie
Theater and the LiftBridge Bookshop, Tre Grazie has a pleasantly
Victorian charm. The prices are a bit high for Italian - most
between $10-16 ala carte. The waitress wobbled a bit on her platforms
we're sure that she is an old pro by now.
bottom line is that the food mainly consists of Garlic liberally
over every dish. I like garlic but for our meal it was used in
sufficient to ignite the nearby gas fireplace. I lost a crucial
due to my bad breath. Our sex life was curtailed for about a week
systems digested the cloves.
don't remember what we ordered - it was overwhelmed by the garlic.
Grazie hides their cooking behind a mountain of cloves that will
wallet and leave you with a long-lasting, somewhat obnoxious memory
does have a few good alternatives - classic diner fare at Mythos
and the Brockport Diner - but good Italian in a sit-down, nicer
is still best left to the city.