|Category:||Restaurant, Meal takeaway,|
|Address:||301 Mill St, Occoquan Historic District, VA 22125, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Tuesday:||11:30 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||11:30 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Thursday:||11:30 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Friday:||11:30 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Saturday:||11:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Sunday:||11:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
D'Rocco's: An Italian Joint is located in Prince William County of Virginia state. On the street of Mill Street and street number is 301. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (571) 572-3087. You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find D'Rocco's: An Italian Joint quickly are 38.684141 ,-77.260328
Dined here on 8/16/20. The restaurant itself was empty, as patrons seemed to prefer the deck due to the unseasonably nice weather. There was only one waitress, and most likely 1 cook as the food was very slow to come out. The prices would have been reasonable if the portion sizes were larger. My burrata ravioli in a passata was delicious, nicely spiced and seemed freshly made. However, there were only 3 on the plate. It was the special at $9. So $3 per ravioli... The rest of my group's food was good and well priced; the chicken pesto linguini lacked salt but was otherwise good. The fries that came with my husband's burger were ultra crispy and delicious, and there were no complaints about the Cheese steak style sandwich. The decor is in serious need of an update, as it seems to have not changed since the Virginia Grill days. This gets a pass from me, however due to the fact that the restaurant opened right as the pandemic started and decor is not the highest priority when money is tight. Given the long wait for the food, we decided against ordering dessert. Our waitress was very kind. I would love to visit again as I understand all small businesses, especially restaurants and new businesses are struggling to operate within their means right now. As a whole, the food was very good and decently priced. I'd love to see a renovation in their future to help bring in patrons. D'Rocco's, I am rooting for you! Northern Virginia always needs more alternatives to our run of the mill chain restaurants, and occoquan is a great place for a small business to flourish. Mr. Novak I wish you and your staff the best, and I hope to return!
My girlfriend and I dined at D'Roccos while in town from New York visiting family around Occoquan. Menu was varied and prices seemed fair to me, especially coming from the city. Food was presented well, tasted great and felt fresh - we had the crab cake, burger and started with the fried ravioli. I'll probably be stopping by next time we're in Occoquan.
The last time I was a customer at 301 Mill Street in Occoquan, it was in the 1980s and the place was called The Occoquan Inn. The building is about 40 years older and now it's serving up Italian fare, good traditional food at a reasonable price. I had the mozzarella sticks and spaghetti marinara with homemade meatballs, along with a glass of chilled pale ale. A basket of bread came with the entree, too. You may be able to find a cheaper Italian restaurant within ten miles, but for my money D'Rocco's was just right and I'll look forward to dining there again the next time I'm passing through the area.