Editor's Note: This property has closed.
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December 11, 2000
It has white tablecloth and napkins, and impeccable service (too attentive if anything).
Price varies depending on if you enjoy appetizers, drinks (they have a huge wine list), desert, coffee, special breads, or other extras.
Although seafood (fish) is the specialty, they have some chicken and beef dishes. Soups ($6-8) are good, and appetizers ($5-10) were not tried. Entrees ($10-27) vary widely, and include Antipasti, Pasta, Fish, and meat. Wine is available by the glass ($6-11) and by the bottle ($27-125).
Lunch (when I visited) costs less than dinner, but well worth an occasional visit, even though it is well beyond my normal lunch budget.
Lunch entrees were about $12 and included soup or salad and vegetable. I had shank steak (carved beef seasoned with garlic butter) with mashed potatoes (that were fantastic), and green beans. I started with cream of mushroom soup that was creamy, piping hot, and great. I also had a glass of Fume Blanc, and ended with great coffee.
My guests had breaded salmon (great I'm told) that I hope to go back and try, and a pasta special.
A great meal, good service, and very nice environment, make Lombardi Mare a great place for special occasions, or even business lunches, meals, and/or meetings. They have private dining rooms with a private chef available for groups. The coat check at the entrance was a nice touch.
From journal Eating in the Dallas Area
Little Rock,, Arkansas
April 15, 2001
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