210 5th St, Huntington Beach, CA | Directions 9264833.658859 -118.001482
Mon-Fri 4pm-Close;Sat 9am-Close;Happy Hour 4pm-7pm Daily
Great Atmosphere, Happy Hour, Food & Drinks! – I live locally and frequent Luggatti's at least once a week. The service & food are great. I also enjoy their beer & wine selections.
On the weekends they have live entertainment which my husband and I both enjoy.
If you haven't been to Luggatti's it's a must go!
unrecognized til now – me and a few friends were roaming around downtown on a Tuesday night because of the fair that is held downtown. we happened to be walking home when we came across this restaurant tucked away from the bars. we decided to check it out and ended up staying for a few drinks. there happy hour is great. prices are a little bit pricey but the amount of food you get makes up for it. great selection of beers and they have a very friendly staff. i will for sure be back everyone needs to check it out
Go Elsewhere – Went to Luggatti's with three friends and we all were very dissappointed. Both orders of lasagna were burnt on the bottom and extremely dry. Way too much ricotta and no sauce. Stay away from the eggplant parmesan unless you want two pieces of fried egplant on a pile of spaghetti. The linguini with sausage and peppers did not live up to its description on the menu- it lacked fennel and chili peppers. If you want real Italian food do not go to Luggatti's-
Absolutely TERRIBLE!!! – I frequented Luggatti's Grill for at least 5 years and after their abrupt closure in December of 2009 I was dying for them to reopen and pay a visit.
Approximately 1 month after they opened their doors (new owners & mgment) it was time to go back!! I am a huge fan of linguini pescatore, ciopino, etc. and although they got rid of the favorite, fruit de marre, I settled for the linguine pescatore. Preferring my red sauce spicy I asked my server to add addtional red pepper flakes while cooking the sauce to add some heat.
To my suprise she told me that making my sauce spicy did not compliment the dish, even though the menu served it with "arribiata" (red spicy sauce). My friends ordered a steak rare and linguini and clams.
The meal was served in a timely manner. Upon the arrival we noticed we were not given linguini in the least and was bright yellow. We asked the server what type of noodles we were served and she repsonded "i have no idea" thanks for help lady!!
My pescatore was disgusting and served with a sweet red sauce, and the steak was medium. The linguini and clams had hard noodles that were barely cooked. The homemade tiramasu was great, but not enough to bring me back for round two!
A huge disappointment as a former regular. Alessa is now my place as well as Paolo's in Old World.
GOT SICK – Me and my 4 friends wanted to try this Italian restaurant. Food was cold and smelled as if was cooked twice in old oil. 3 of us got sick. Never Never again
Best slice, if you know what I mean. – Last Wednesday needed some good ol Italian food. Thought I'd try that place on 5th st. in HB. Was greeted by this fine lady at the door. She had all kinds of talent. Strollrd up to the bar and what do you know, more talent. The bartender was HOT!! Tall and blond. She poured a strong drink to! Salmon Vapore was bomb. Great service. Will come back.
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