Not going back.
Too pricy and snobby for this area. The staff acts like we're in New York City it seems. The Rillo's Cosmo that the one guy bartender recommended tasted like cough syrup. My husband had to finish it for me because he didn't want to waste all that money (again too pricy). The veal and pork parmesan were overcooked. The tiramisu has changed under the new owners and tastes like something from the grocery store. The place is very dark and gloomy inside. We've spoken to a lot of other people that feel the same way. Mayapple down the road has a better Happy Hour and the New York Oven in Dillsburg is worth the trip if you want real Italian food.
Not What It Used To Be.
I ate at Rillos often as a law student at Dickinson. It was always good (for Carlisle). Recently I visited with my family on a trip to Carlisle for a law school reunion. It was awful. Our server was the worst. He actually never brought our drinks! He was rude & obnoxious.
The food was also not good--our pasta was served cold & sticky.
I talked to the management & wrote a letter--it was not responded to.