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About Zeppole Coastal Italian at the Gaylord Texan
Experience the fresh taste of coastal Italian cuisine beneath the twinkling of lights in an enchanting courtyard setting. At Zeppole, you’ll enjoy traditional Italian and uniquely prepared seafood dishes. Enhance your meal with our large selection of exquisite Italian wines, or fresh baked signature Zeppole pastries.
Grapevine, TX 76051
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Nightly: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Gaylord Trail/State Highway 26
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Local day guests who spend $25 or more in Zeppole will receive a complimentary self-parking validation for the resort garage.
Private Party Facilities:
A variety of dining spaces make Zeppole a perfect choice for intimate dinners or group gatherings with the ability to accommodate up to 100 guests.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wine
Zeppole Coastal Italian at the Gaylord Texan Ratings and Reviews
Scallops had sand in it
NY steak was covered with all kinds of extras, had to look for the steak under it, if Plaine steak does not look good and taste good without extras, it is not worth eating .
Fille was tough with griddle
The meal was overpriced and under delivered.
Regrds, Alex Afshin
Our server was very attentive and helpful with menu selections. We had the shrimp/calamari starter which was nicely done - not rubbery and quite flavorful. Entrees included the shrimp and scallop scampi which we rated high for flavor. The lobster gnocchi was also very good but quite rich, so be ready for that. The pork osso bucco was awesome! We all shared and agreed we would definitely be back, the food was excellent.
Always a great place if you are at the Gaylord! Outside feel even though you are "inside." Lamb chops and seafood are killer! Service is great, with good wine list and nice cocktail selection. Sit back and watch people stroll throughout the Gaylord and relax for an extended meal!
It was my husbands birthday and we were so looking forward to a great time. Our reserved table was right next to an exterior door. Several people came in/out leaving a draft (cold). Long period of time between our meal. When the meal finally arrived it was the wrong order. My husband waited for my meal so it wasn't fresh out the kitchen. No recognition of his birthday which was the note I left on the reservation. Olive oil on our table not pouring well, waiter just grabbed the one off the next guests table. So not good. Lousy costly experience. Don't mind paying at all for good food and great experience but sadly this was not and missed the mark all together.
This restaurant is in the Gaylord Texan hotel. The food is outstanding and the service is great. The bartender put vermouth in my Tito martini I did not ask for so the waitress took it upon herself to make it how I liked it! I have been here a few times and I love the food. The atmosphere is that of a hotel so we always get a table in the secluded section by the bar.
The service was great but the food not so much. Didn't really care for the appetizer and was not edible for me. The lobster in the pasta was very chewy. Also noticed the couple next to us sent the salmon dish back and couldn't eat it either. We were a party of 2 and seated very close to each other, another party was seated in the middle of our dinner and was very loud. Would not recommend at all.
The food is not worth it. Expensive for what you get... Better to go to Maggiano's or Nicola's in Plano. Nice ambiance but that's it. The server screwed up and threw away my left over which still had lobster in it. He gave me a replacement but it looked bad when I opened the bag~ who knows what that was! I will not go back here for sure!
Valet is paid if u get validation.
Been to the Gaylord a couple of times and this is the first time we tried Zeppole which was rather good. Had great choices and very filling. The shrimp and calamari app was great and the main courses were rather good. The pumpkin filled pasta for my wife and I had the lamb which was very good. Overall an excellent meal and the staff was very good. Would like to see a few more offering choices but overall it was well worth the meal. Nice to sit outside and not worry about the weather on patio.
Good place for a special occasion in my books and value was good. You should try this place if at the Gaylord.
Fun location inside the Gaylord and nice ambience. I enjoyed the veal ravioli and my companion enjoyed spaghetti and meatballs. The profiterole and chocolate cake desserts were also very good. We received very attentive service and the food was prompt coming out. I would recommend this to others.
(Editorial caveat: Post-Christmas season, and the entire Gaylord Texan was practically empty) The food was okay, but for the price, I would expect it to be epic. I will say that the cocktails were extremely good, and ambiance and service were both exceptional. I'm on the fence about recommending the place, but again, it was post-Christmas season rush madness, and there were probably 10 people in the whole restaurant. I'd like to give this place another try when it's busy.
Overall a decent location. Food was par small portions and a bit pricey considering . Ddrinks were par service was par but overall kind of rude. Do not plan on sitting long after you finish your meal to have a bit of conversation with your group as you will feel rushed to move on out by the wait staff who has no problem making you know they feel it is time for you to go. Hostess was very professional and friendly as well as accommodating.
This was the second time to dine in the same restaurant with-in two days (as were staying at the hotel). The waiter we had was just awful. He knew nothing about the drink menu or the dining menu. He went so far as to say that a dish 'looked good, but he never tasted it.' We ordered wine and he sniffed our wine cork, touching his nose!
My older daughter was drinking tea out of the wine glass that was on the table upon arrival and after appetizers were brought. He told her she could not use the wine glass, as they will break and crumble in your hand, he has already had several break. Needless to say, we were concerned if we should be using the glasses.
On our previous dining experience, we received a basket of bread after we ordered drinks and appetizers. We asked for bread, and the waiter said, he doesn't bring out bread until the entree's are ordered. We assured him that we would be ordering entree's, as we were asking questions about items on the menu - not that he was any help.
He was very inattentive and rude. I wish I could recall his name.
If dining there, ask for Karen. She is super sweet and knowledgeable.
Food was seved luke warm. Much better after being heated.
Italian tenors were rather too loud and tiresome.
The only reservation available was 5 PM at which time most tables were empty until 6 PM. Why not allow us a later reservation time, or tell us it is OK to arrive an hour late?
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