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Gugliani’s is the newest little eatery venture in our neighborhood.   I do love a good, solid neighborhood cafe.  And, Gugliani’s is that — a true neighborhood restaurant.   We saw several neighbors and families from our kids school.  I love that feeling of intimacy and familiarity.   Gugliani’s is bright, well-lit, and simple in design. 

The Host was on the ball.  Our server was NOT.  The service was slow, inconsistent, and just plain, um, horrible.  The nice host actually made sure our food…eventually…landed on our table.   Our server was nice, but MIA most of the evening.  And, the bus boy…well, he was flat out rude!   Oh, and I was poured my glass of Prosecco in a white wine glass.  Huh?  The server said he wasn’t sure why the bar did that.  Well, ask them to correct it!  Duh!  Oh well.  On to the food.


We started with the Tomatoes Caprese ($9.00) – Roma Tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, drizzled with balsamic vinaigrette.  It was okay.  I do love a fresh, crisp, amazing caprese salad. These ingredients were fine (tomatoes were not the freshest, but they were okay).  The dish was good.

Tomatoes Caprese

Next, we ordered the Formaggio Pizza (mozzarella, provolone, romano, and ricotta) (12 inch = $13; 20 inch = $20).  Now, if you know me, you know my 3 favorite things are: champagne, chocolate, and pizza.  So, that said, I was highly anticipating the Pizza!  It was pretty good.   The crust was crisp.  The pie was super hot – fresh out of the oven.  Lots and lots of cheese.  I could definitely taste and identify all four cheeses.  I liked that.  The pizza had dimension.  I liked the pizza.   Yippee!

Formaggio Pizza

One of my dining companions ordered the Spaghetti and Meatballs (with spaghetti, choice of meatballs, grilled Italian sausage or bolognese) ($10.00).   This dish was disappointing.  Not bad, just very average.  First, it arrived on the table cold (a sharp contrast to the fresh, hot pizza).  The meatballs were okay.  He ordered a side of Italian Sausage.  And, I have to say, it wasn’t all that great.  The sausage was cold, too.  Nothing bad, just fine.

Spaghetti and Meatballs

Gugliani’s is new, so I will definitely give them some time to work out their kinks (for example: get a nicer bus boy, train the bartender, find some dipping oil for our table, and speed up the service).  But, all in all, I’m excited about Gugliani’s moving to my ‘hood.  I noticed on their website they are in, I guess, four locations.  The website is pretty inconsistent in information, but with enough clicking of the mouse, all the information is there.

I am happy to have a new restaurant down the block that seems comfortable and, I hope, with time, will become like an old familiar friend, quirks and all — like prosecco in a white wine glass.

12389 Kingsride
Houston, Texas 77024

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