Eight of us ate here on the recommendation of a friend. Eight of us raved about the meal. Reasonable priced for what you get and great presentation. Wait staff was very efficient and knowledgeable. Highly recommended.
Rustic 16, North Carolina
A really good Italian Restaurant. One of the oldest and definately one of the best Italian restaurants in Myrtle Beach. We go there often and its really cool cos once finished with the meal we can go next door to their piano bar, Eighty Eights and dance the night away.
Really cool interior design with a romanesque feel… I say check it out if your looking for a Myrtle Beach Italian Restaurant.
Kay R, Myrtle Beach, SC
We have eaten here time and again over the years of visiting Myrtle Beach. This place never fails to please. We were so sure of the service & quality that three years ago we planned a 50th wedding anniversary meal here for a group of 20 family and we were not disappointed.
Service & food are consistently very good and the place has an atmosphere of a high quality family run establishment who have taken pride in their business.
Joy, Kinston, NC
Love the restaurant, food is absolutely wonderful. Ate at the bar. Bartenders are very personable, very efficient, & will cater to your tastes. Be sure to go to the piano bar next door. Pianist is fantastic! Will play anything you want to hear & does it exceptionally well. Such an enjoyable evening!
nancyhughe95, NYC, New York
Looking for some Italian food after several seafood meals, this place had been recommended by friends who travel here annually. Locally owned and with the feel of a family restaurant on steroids, this met our hopes and expectations.
It has a traditional, expansive Italian food menu with all the standards and some family twists. Our waiter was very helpful with what they did best.
We ended up with their lasagna and veal picante dinners. We finished the veal and it was excellent. After some really good garlic bread and salads, we only finished a quarter of the lasagna and brought the rest home for the next day’s lunch. It also was very good and as is often the case, even the better the next day.
Good reliable food – which is not always a safe bet when traveling and trying new places.
episcobob, Virginia Beach
I liked the atmosphere for a family dinner. It feels like a fancy restaurant, but we had three children in our party and still had a good time.
The kids menu had several choices, so they were happy. The adults all chose veal dishes and each was delicious. I thought the service was good too.
Andrea, Latham, NY
My wife and I have been visiting Myrtle Beach for over 10 years. We always stay on Shore Drive, which is near the Galleria Shopping Center (home of Rossi’s). We never visited the restaurant until two years ago. The meal was fantastic. I had seafood, my wife had Italian. We were very pleased.
Last year we brought our daughter and her husband with us. They wanted to try a different Italian restaurant (top rated). My wife and I went and were very disappointed. So later in the week we went to Rossi’s and had another fantastic meal. After this meal we both agreed that Rossi’s needed to be added to our “must visit” list.
We will be visiting Myrtle in August and you can be sure that Rossi’s will be on our itinerary.
I have been going to Rossi’s for years whenever I go to Myrtle Beach. To me, it never disappoints. My friend and I sat at the bar inside the restaurant (there is a piano bar too).
We wanted to simply have a few drinks and a couple of appetizers. We chose the stuffed eggplant appetizer and the shrimp capellini. Both fabulous! Bartender very “on time” and cordial. One of my favorite places!
dappersmooch, Lexington, SC
Far and away the best Italian Restaurant in Myrtle Beach. Decor was elegant with roman columns etc. Excellent wine list and a good choice of fare on the menu – Veal, Chicken, Seafood and Steaks as well as all the italian dishes
Samantha R, Wilmington, NC
“Wow” is all i can say for this restaurant. The service was the best; appetizers were superb, the drinks fixed perfectly and our entrees were to die for. The best deserts from any restaurant and all were home made.
1sambeau, Winston Salem, NC
If you want escape from super-casual tourist eateries- Rossi’s is the place to go. An elegant, friendly & relaxing time. The food is exceptional, the service is awesome. If you want mediocre food and rushed service go elsewhere.
Kelly C, Baltimore, Ohio
Myrtle Beach’s biggest Italian restaurant, and one of the most impressive as well. A local favorite, they offer an extensive menu, with something for everyone’s taste.
We especially love their Caesar salad, blackened steer butt, fried soft-shell crabs with angel hair pasta Marinara.
Gary B, Virginia Beach, VA