I brought my team from out of town (out of country) to dine as a celebration for our achievements. Our waiter was FANTASTIC. They are very well set up for outdoor dining and as usual, the food was delicious, Could have been better. Would recommend. All of our dishes were mediocre. Since they re-opened under new owners, I like the total refresh of the space. Service was great -food was amazing -location perfect -can’t wait to go back, A delicious dinner! Great outdoor seating on deck and grass. I much preferred the braised-beef short ribs, with their luscious layers of buttery fat. By: We ate outside, socially distanced but kept warm by the outdoor heat lamps. This was always a special place for us that we frequented often. What I finally decided on turned out to be perfectly passable, but little more. I highly recommend any of the seafood specials, I had the halibut and it was excellent. Excellent food and not the run-of -the mill menu -loved the calamari salad. I had made a request when I made the reservation sufficiently in advance of the date. Had the salmon which was great. Thanks to everyone at the restaurant for such an enjoyable evening. Terrific! Looking forward to returning. We look forward to your next visit and hope you enjoy some new dishes on the menu since you last dines with us. No warmth...not welcoming. The service was incredibly attentive and efficient, and everything was clean and sanitized. The updated menu is also interesting. Look out for your first newsletter in your inbox soon! They did not fall short of the restaurant ambiance by bringing things outdoors; it instead elevated the experience. Loved the rack of lamb. Without it, I was faced with a list of every steakhouse cliché imaginable, making it hard to decide what to eat—I felt that I had eaten it all millions of times before. Very attentive service! Thanks for subscribing! We had apps and salmon and the pastas were worth every carb bite. Excellent food and service from our waiter, Luis. Great food, great wine and reasonable prices. A little warm as we sat indoors. Not so this time. Tramonto by Zuppa is inspired by our family’s love of good food, wine and family gatherings. Food is great and wine list is good. The appetizer was spot on (Calamari and Rollatini) and the main course was amazing. Their food was phenomenal, every dish reminiscent of authentic Italian cuisine. This was our first time there and the food was outstanding, good quality. Granted we went on Valentines Day so I think it was a limited menu. Tramonto by Zuppa is one of our Three Restaurant Locations in Westchester all of which offer our signature style of innovative Italian cuisine yet all are unique in there own way. It stood out like a Jew at Mass, jumping out as the one dish I could truly get excited about on Tramonto’s Steak and Seafood’s extensive, yet largely uncreative, menu. Time Out is a registered trademark of Time Out America LLC. Martini was perfect as was house cabernet. We were a party of four. {"baseUrl":"http://www.opentable.com","environment":"prod-sc","hostName":"mesos-agent180-prod-sc.otsql.opentable.com:31000","language":"en","releaseName":"start-page-docker_teamcity_2.0.10380","requestId":"7f7dc6a4-c67d-480d-b2e1-8549ff150ee7"}, 27 Saw Mill River Rd Hawthorne, NY 10532, Digital, disposable or sanitized menu provided, Sanitizer or wipes provided for customers, Diners must wear masks unless eating or drinking. Factory like - felt more like we were eating in a cafeteria in lieu of dining in a good restaurant. They did a fantastic job of bringing their inside dining experience outdoors. New owners did a wonderful job redecorating the space. -Nando. We will be back though. If you believe this review should be removed from OpenTable, please let us know and someone will investigate. Clean , bright aesthetic. Rick then went on to open and work at several other Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises establishments. Great atmosphere for a business meeting . But though the whimsy was there, it couldn’t save the “backwards root-beer float.” Made with house-made root-beer ice cream and excellent Gale Gand–label cream soda, the float is nice enough but the accompanying “brioche fries,” sticks of brioche fashioned to resemble steak fries, kill the dish with their mediocrity. When it arrived, I was forced to rein in that excitement: Chef Rick Tramonto had chosen to fry the sweetbreads, rendering them spongy, batter-crusted nuggets with little flavor.