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Menu for Alloro Wine Bar & Restaurant, Awarded Top 10 Wine Bar in Ore in Bandon, OR

  • Open:
    4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
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  • Cuisines:

    Italian

    Italian

  • Features:

    Takeout , Delivery , Non-Contact Delivery

  • Dietary:

    Vegetarian , Organic

  • Known for:

    Casual, Great dessert, Cozy, Romantic, Upscale, Happy hour drinks, Happy hour food, Healthy options, Organic dishes, Small plates, Vegetarian options, Wine, Great wine list, Good for kids, Dogs allowed, Wi-Fi, Beer, Cocktails, Great cocktails, Coffee, Comfort food, Accepts reservations, Dessert, Dine-in, Dinner, Popular Dinner, Bar onsite, Catering, Curbside pickup, Fast service, Hard liquor, High chairs, Restroom, Gender-neutral restroom, Seating, Outdoor seating, Wheelchair accessible elevator, Good for groups, Wheelchair accessible entrance, Solo dining, Wheelchair accessible parking lot, Wheelchair accessible restroom, Wheelchair accessible seating, Family-friendly, Identifies as women-owned, LGBTQ+ friendly, Checks, Credit Card Payments, Debit cards, NFC mobile payments, Popular with Tourists, Dinner reservations recommended, Alcohol, Transgender safespace, Identifies as veteran-led, Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits, Mask required,
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Alloro Wine Bar & Restaurant, Awarded Top 10 Wine Bar in Ore in Bandon, OR, is a Italian restaurant with an overall average rating of 4.6 stars. Check out what other diners have said about Alloro Wine Bar & Restaurant, Awarded Top 10 Wine Bar in Ore. Today, Alloro Wine Bar & Restaurant, Awarded Top 10 Wine Bar in Ore will be open from 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM. Want to call ahead to check how busy the restaurant is or to reserve a table? Call: (541) 347-1850.

Alloro Wine Bar & Restaurant, Awarded Top 10 Wine Bar in Ore includes vegetarian dietary options.

Ready to try them out? Other attributes include: cozy.

Looking for different restaurants with a similar menu? You should check out Bandon Brewing Company and Bandon Coffee Cafe.

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Amanda Christian 1 year ago
5

Cozy, classy, romantic, and always satisfying. We are frequent tourists of the Oregon coast, and Alloro is our absolute favorite... place to dine when in gorgeous Bandon. I love the spaghetti bolognese. We have been here when there was a live harpist andanother time with an acoustic guitarist who sang lovely tunes. Read more

Big V 1 year ago
4

Don?t believe those saying the recipes aren?t as good as auntie?s or the portions are small, it?s just not so! However, this is... not a wine bar, there is a bar, yes they do serve wine, but it is not a wine bar. Don?t expect one. Just a tick under *****,just a little bossy. You get the bill with a clover QR code but they want you to pay in cash. It?s an overcharge for using acard, fee already there but no card charges that fee % they add; tip the harpist, she has no other source of income, over thisamount you pay for more bread. Relax, the place is great and apparently has been multiply recognized just so. Scampi waswonderful, house made pasta perfect. Bolognese not a tomato purée with meat, it?s a couple of very high grade meats cookedproperly to make actual bolognese that is top notch. Croutons - made from polenta, not your everyday and quite nice are in theCaesar. A rather expertly curated and fairly priced wine list except a premium for European wines, but you?re in Oregon forgoodness sake, drink local. I also don?t think any kind of live music performer is appropriate for a tiny place like this Read more

Marcin Struzak 1 year ago
5

Hands down our best dining experience in Bandon, with delicious & beautifully presented dishes, a very reasonable (and very... reasonably priced) wine list, nice cocktails, and a very friendly & welcoming staff. We had our chocolate lab with us & had todine at the patio in the back, but the table was impeccably set, a small heater was provided, and even a Bluetooth speaker wasset up discreetly on the adjacent table, playing soothing music just for us. Read more

Kevin McLoughlin 1 year ago
3

Have been coming for years - have always enjoyed it but tonight we were disappointed. We might have hit it on a bad night but... quality and taste wasn?t what we remembered in past visits An example of this was the Risotto was very good but the sea basscheeks were tough and lacking in flavor Our pasta dishes needed salt. The bolognese was watery and was just not enjoyable. Thebread was delicious. Read more

Christopher C 1 year ago
4

Every year, I visit Bandon and, part of my tradition, is to have dinner at Alloro. Let me start with the non-foods. ... Apparently, this restaurant is still stuck in 2020, because they are still requiring masks. Seriously! For a 5-foot walk fromthe door to your table. Everybody else in town has realized that the era of mask mandates is over, but not here. Pathetic. -1star People on this review site complain about the fees. The three main ones are split plate, extra rolls and corkage. Now,if you have the audacity to bring your own wine to a "wine bar," you should expect to pay a corkage fee - even one as high as$35. Also, the housemade rolls (delicious, by the way) are complimentary up to TWO per person. That is more than reasonable. To ask a mere 50 cents for the third one is not out of line at all. The $8 spilt plate fee, however, is a little ridiculous. The plating is not Michelin star level that would be hard to split onto two plates. Anyone who's ever worked in a restaurantknows how easy this is. As far as staffing, they couldn't be nicer. Our server was very friendly and responsive - making surewater is refilled and always available if needed. In the past, the chef/owner has come to the table to greet diners. Thisyear, we never saw her. (Maybe she's so deathly afraid of Covid, she chooses to stay quarantined in the kitchen??) Anyway,onto the food. In 2018, I had the duck with a cranberry chipotle sauce. Absolutely delicious. No longer on the menu. In2019, I had shrimp scampi. Beautiful shrimp in delicious scampi sauce with the chef's housemade pasta. No longer on the menu. In 2020, I had the Fettuccine Alfredo with a beautiful Crab Cake on top. Also delicious - the Alfredo sauce, the housemadepasta and the crab cake. No longer on the menu. Last year, unfortunately, I chose the Bolognese. It was served over some sortof pasta that looked like frilly lasagna noodles, cut in half. That wasn't the worst part. The Bolognese sa Read more

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What forms of payment are accepted at Alloro Wine Bar & Restaurant, Awarded Top 10 Wine Bar in Ore?

They accept Credit, Debit, Apple Pay and Google Pay at Alloro Wine Bar & Restaurant, Awarded Top 10 Wine Bar in Ore.

Does Alloro Wine Bar & Restaurant, Awarded Top 10 Wine Bar in Ore offer delivery?

Yes, Alloro Wine Bar & Restaurant, Awarded Top 10 Wine Bar in Ore offers delivery.

When is open?

is open on the following days:

Monday: 04:30 PM - 07:30 PM

Tuesday: 04:30 PM - 07:30 PM

Wednesday: Closed

Thursday: Closed

Friday: 04:30 PM - 07:30 PM

Saturday: 04:30 PM - 07:30 PM

Sunday: Closed