La Scola Italian Grill, Toledo

(419) 381-2100
5375 Airport Hwy, Toledo, OH 43615
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Categories: Restaurants, Italian Restaurants

Carryout: Yes

Outdoor/Patio: Yes

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By Jaimie on December 18, 2009

Excellent food, great drinks, amazing atmosphere.

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By joelsw40 on May 14, 2008

The company I worked for had a business dinner there and the service was top notch.  I found it very comparable to Mancy’s Italian.  The food was excellent and the restaurant has a true italian feel to it.  It kind of reminded me of the Italian restaurant Vesuvio’s on Sopranos!

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By Dave on May 03, 2008

I visited La Scola a few days ago with my brother and his fiancée. I hadn’t previously heard of this restaurant, and I understand it’s pretty new.

The dining room was busy for a Wednesday night, but we were seated right away. The atmosphere is dark and somewhat formal; I felt under-dressed in jeans and a button-down shirt.

Our meal started with the standard basket of bread and what seemed like an oil/butter mix with basil. Nothing revolutionary, but still good. We ordered the bruschetta formaggio for an appetizer. Instead of the usual tomato and herb topping, this had tomato, cheese ,and alfredo sauce. It was interesting, but the alfredo was a bit salty for my tastes.

The caesar salad dressing was good, but the lettuce was a little watery. My brother had the house salad, which has greens, cherry tomatoes, gorgonzola cheese, and vinaigrette. He seemed to like it.

For dinner my brother ordered the chicken parmigiana, and his fiancée the manicotti alla bandierra (topped with three sauces; marinara, alfredo, and pesto). I had the grouper ($22.95), which was also served alla bandierra. The pasta dishes seemed fairly standard. The grouper was tender and very good, but I don’t think any of the sauces matched it perfectly. The vegetables served with it (green beans) were liberally sprinkled with salt and cracked pepper, which was a little overpowering.

Dessert was easily the high point of the meal. My brother got a free spumoni (From their web site: “Pistachio, strawberry, and chocolate ice cream, topped with raspberry and chocolate sauces.”). His fiancée had the torta di cioccolata, which looked very rich, and I had the torta di vaniglia, otherwise known as cheesecake. My torta was delicate and very flavorful.

Our waiter was friendly and checked on us every few minutes, and drink refills were regular. The bill for three people including appetizer, dinner and dessert (but no wine) was around $110.

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