🙂 = Yummy, authentic Italian food. Very kid-friendly dining area. Gelato and pizza right next door that you can bring in.
🙁 = Not all of the staff seemed interested in serving kids. Parents have to go to serving stations to get their own cups of water, which is a logistical challenge for a parent dining alone with small children.
We ventured into West Atlanta’s Little Italy area for the first time and try out Gio’s Chicken Amalfitano because we heard it’s delicious, authentic, AND kid-friendly. When we arrived, we were mesmerized by the mural on the wall near the front counter; but we didn’t get a vibe from the cashier that she was interested in serving a couple of toddlers. Nonetheless, we ordered a meal to share: spaghetti with meatballs and the lemon chicken. Mommy was feeling benevolent, so she let us get a Blood Orange San Pellegrino to share, too.