Detroit News, Molly’s Favorites
Molly Abrahams: “Sea scallops atop arugula and wild mushrooms at Volare Ristorante… the good-looking restaurant run by Dino Grossi and his family.”

 Oakland Press
“Aroma of romance is in the air as Italian cuisine gets a modern twist,”
 The Nomadic Nibbler: “The family’s classy taste can’t go unnoticed, and the well-executed menu reflects authentic Italian taste with a modern twist.”

Detroit Jewish News 

“Volare’s Ristorante in Wixom achieve delicious authenticity,” Danny Raskin: “So when you get two top-notch Italian chefs together at the same time… preparing excellent Italian cuisine with its needed flair, a high grade is pretty much an assumable achievement. Such is the case with Volare Ristorante…”

Detroit Free Press Sylvia Rector  
“4 stars out of 4 stars”. FARE: A simple, refined, Italian steakhouse menu with a well-chosen selection of first courses, pastas, fish and premium meats, along with nightly chefs’ special dishes. Outstanding house-made desserts include traditional Italian cannoli and tiramisu. More than 300 wine selections. Lunch menu is casual and inexpensive. ATMOSPHERE: Relaxed, comfortable, white-tablecloth dining in a room with mahogany paneling and rich copper-colored walls. A separate bar and second dining room, with a striking Venetian street scene mural, are somewhat more casual. SERVICE: Engaging wait staff is attentive, knowledgeable and hospitable.”