Saturday, October 5

Vic & Angelo's Coal Oven Enoteca, Delray Beach.

I ate dinner at Vic & Angelo's Coal Oven Enoteca, located at 290 East Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach, FL 33444. The inside had cool chandeliers, red paint (which smells like blue paint) and wine bottles on the walls. We ate outside in big comfortable green chairs, which I really liked. Our waitress was Karen, she was friendly and helpful. We were served an awesome family style dinner. To start off, we had cheesy garlic bread along with chilies, pepperoni & cheese. The garlic bread was crispy and really cheesy. The chilies were amazing! They were a little spicy and super flavorful. The pepperoni and cheese were nice too. Then we had the Old School Kobe Meatball, a giant meatball with whipped ricotta and marinara sauce. It was huge, juicy, tender and delicious. Then we had the Originale Pizza, it was mouth watering. The crust was crispy and sprinkled with sugar and salt, it was the best pizza crust I've ever had. Then came the Oregenatta Trio, a plate of breaded calamari, lobster, and shrimp. The calamari was kind of rubbery and bland. The lobster and shrimp were OK. Next was the Spinach Salad with dried cranberries, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms, Gorgonzola and a white balsamic vinaigrette dressing. I generally don't like mushrooms, but the salad itself was pretty good. Then we had Nona's Sunday Gravy (I really like that name), which was rigatoni with an Old School Kobe Meatball, pork, sausage and sauce. It looked like a mountain and was wonderful. Then I met the executive chef and creator of such awesomeness, Erick Miranda. He was really nice and obviously very skilled. Finally, the dessert came out. Holy crap! It was a colossal amount of cotton candy over a glass filled with marshmallows and gummy bears topped with a sparkler, served with a slice of banana cream pie, vanilla cake and zeppilies with powdered sugar and dipping sauces. The cotton candy was fresh. The banana cream pie was creamy and tasty. The vanilla cake was the best cake I've ever had! It was soft, moist and the frosting was heavenly. The zeppilies were like giant doughnut holes and out of this world. The dipping sauces were so rich that after each bite, I needed a glass of water in a good way. I really liked Vic & Angelo's and I'd love to come back. In a Wyatt Taste Good first, I give Vic & Angelo's 10 sporks up!!!

Chilies, pepperoni & cheese.

Old school Kobe meatball.

Me eating my meatball!

Oregenatto trio.

Spinach salad.

Nona's Sunday gravy.

Dessert mountain.

Me and executive chef Erick Miranda.
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