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Mulberry Italian Ristorante in Lackawanna, NY
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Mulberry Italian Ristorante

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64 Jackson Ave  LackawannaNY  14218

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Diners, Drive-ins and Dives: Mulberry Italian Ristorante

Mulberry Italian Ristorante in Lackawanna, NY 
Guy hits the road for some local flavor. In Lackawanna, New York, an Italian joint serving scratch made lasagna loaded with stuffed peppers. Congrats, Joe. G...  [...]

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  1. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    Just came back from this awesome restaurant. Went there from Stoney Creek, Ontario for my husbands birthday. Amazing food, super friendly staff, and wonderful owner. Asked to get a pic of my husband with Joe, the owner. He came over, was super friendly. He even gave my husband a gift, when he found out it was his birthday. Absolutely amazing!! Definetly going back. Too many things to choose from on the menu! Have to try them all.
  2. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    I drove from Walden, NY to eat here because I saw it on TV. Man, it was worth the drive.
  3. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    I want that lasagna right now and tomorrow and the next day.....So good
  4. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    Excellent!
  5. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    I have become a huge fan of Triple D. Live in Canada. I went to Mulberry yesterday with my wife on our road trip to Finger Lakes area for R&R and Black Friday shopping deals. We were there at 4.30pm, had a window seat and was amazed at how the parking lot filled up as we ate.  Food was excellent, I had the lasagna and it was the best I ever had.  My wife had the gnoochi and loved it.  We both did not finish the meals as the food portions were huge, we took the leftovers to go and thoroughly enjoyed the food again today.  We both shared a nutella cannoli with pistachios and that was awesome.  Glad we went out of way to go to Mulberry on our way to Finger Lakes.  Owner said thanks for coming out as we were leaving, however did not realize he was owner until had walked away.  Wished I had personally thanked him for dinner as food was outstanding.  I would definitely go back.
  6. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    Like the post says below, this place doesn't really fall under any Triple D category. It's a nice italian restaurant, with a warm atmosphere. My wife and I had the calamari, lasagna and chicken parm between us. The calamari had a great tasting, light batter and the seafood sauce was mild, and not over-powering. My wife doesn't usually eat calamari, but I had to fight her off down to the last piece. The chicken parm was really good, but it was the pasta sauce that stood out the most. I have italian friends who have given me homemade sauce and that's what this reminded me of. MMMMMM. The lasagna was the big hit with my wife. I enjoyed it too, but she guarded it with her life and I only managed a couple of bites. It's really meaty and has a great spicy flavour. The manager/owner (not sure) stopped by our table and made small talk. It was a great overall meal. My waistline is thankful that we don't live close (outside Toronto, Ontario), but this will be a staple anytime we're in the Buffalo area.  
  7. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    Great Food... it is kind of hard to find- the place is in the middle of a neighborhood off of Rt 5. Parking isn't that great... Meatballs are awesome ! I really do no think of this place as diner, drive in or dive... 
  8. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    Absolutely fabulous! I'm from Markham, Ontario, I will be making the 2.5 hour trek back just to eat here. The lasagna didn't look quite like it did on the show but was divine! I'm not a meatball lover but had to try it. I got it with Ricotta, oh, so good! I also had the crab cake which was over the top good. Great food and surprisingly well priced. Totally worth it!!
  9. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    The stuffed manicotti made with a crepe with an outstanding tomato sauce, seared sea bass cooked perfectly, and arancini appetizer were all excellent . Plan on taking home leftovers.
  10. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    Just at Mulberry Italian Ristorante and we were completely satisified for an anniversary celebration.  Great food...the meatballs were as good (and as large) as shown on DDD, the Lobster Ravioli was excellent and the Chicken Parm was as good as I have had anywhere.  Don't miss this place!
  11. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    Amazing . . . the first stop on a DDD roadtrip. Word of advice get there early or have reservations on a Friday night. Many of the specials were sold out by the time we were seated around 8:30. Great vibe in the room, almost Cheers like where everybody knows each other and if you are a stranger you are welcomed with open arms (and meatballs) FYI the official website is http://www.worldfamousmeatball.com/
  12. anonymous
    Friday, October 22, 2010
    The food is amazing....Try to find something on the menu that does not taste fantastic...The meatball's are FANTASTIC...to the owner..Thank You to the public go enjoy!

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