About The Forum at The Greenbrier
Step into a comfortable Italian neighborhood nestled in Rome. The ambience and décor bring the best of Italy to life with traditional music and the savory aromas of Italian cuisine. Classic hand-tossed Neapolitan pizza made with the best imported semolina flour, Frantoia olive oil and hand-picked tomatoes from The Greenbrier Chef's Garden is a house specialty. The menu also features classically authentic dishes with influences from all of Italy. Our chefs specialize in house-made pastas such as gnocchi as well as fresh seafood.
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Thursday - Monday: 6:00pm - 9:00pm.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Beer, Gluten-free Menu, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Forum at The Greenbrier Ratings and Reviews
Terrible food and very limited wines. NO ...
Terrible food and very limited wines. NOISY and should not advertise as a fine restaurant on open table. Terrible meal and sat us not top of next table. So loud we couldn't not enjoy the meal and will never go back to this pizza place that thinks it has fine Italian food.
Yummy, but too much
My colleague and I had dinner and a bottle of wine. He had the chicken parmesan and I had the spaghetti with Sunday sauce. Both dishes were very good and tasty, but enough food for about 6 people. Would appreciate it if they would offer smaller portions.
Their Italian wine list was nice and not too expensive.
Veal piccata was not on the menu but chicken piccata and veal marsala was. It was a slow night, therefore I asked if they could do veal piccata and they obliged me charging me the same as the marsala; it was outstanding and the right amount of lemon taste. My husband had the chicken piccata which was equally good, and our friends ordered the margarita pizza, 8", which was plenty of pizza for them and they said it was very good.
I ordered whole pasta but our waiter did not deliver it to the table and I thought it looked too white to be whole wheat but no one came to check on us until the manager came near the end of our meal. I asked her if my pasta was whole wheat and she said it was not; they gave me a discount due to this and I appreciate they took ownership and cared that I did not get what I ordered. My friend ordered anchovies on the side for her pizza and they bought whole anchovies out; they were difficult to chop up and unappetizing to her so she sent them back and they removed them from her bill. The atmosphere was very Italian with a blue & white them and music; I felt like I could be in Italy. I would recommend eating at the Forum over the main dining room at the Greenbrier. as we were very happy with our meals, the food is less expensive, and better.
This was the second time we dined at The Forum. If one is at the Greenbrier for a weekend or a business conference, this is one of the dining options which should not be missed. The food is primarily Italian; my wife had a dish of shells stuffed with ground sausage, spinach, and ricotta. I had spaghetti with a four-meat sauce. We sampled each other's meal, and both were fine. The service is top-drawer. The only issue I have with The Forum is that it would be much nicer with a more subdued noise level; still, it was at a level where my wife and I had no difficulty conversing. Thumbs up; we will return.
Best service and wonderful food
We had a rather large party and it included many children - usually a server's nightmare- but out server was so gracious. She was prompt, helpful and pleasant. The food is also wonderful. I especially like the misto frito and mozzarella appetizers. Can't say enough good things about this place.
Good food. Inexperienced server kind of ...
Good food. Inexperienced server kind of spoiled the dinner. They add 22% gratuity, so no real incentive for server to give good service. Expected better from The Greenbrier. Their attention to detail is disappointing for a hotel of this stature.
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