Having heard from locals for many years about how good this place was, we finally gave it a try. We were told the pizzas have that old-style homemade look and come loaded with toppings - and they're right. We had a small Jim's Special pizza (salami, pepperoni, ham and some veggies) as well as a medium split with a Jim's and a Mediterranean (feta, olives, italian sausage, etc.). The pizza crust was thick but not oily and the layer of toppings so high we could not eat the entire pizza. One guest had a foot-long Jim's Sub which, putting it bluntly, was darn huge! It was equally loaded and the bread was fresh and crunchy. It came with a large serving of string-style french fries which, while good, seemed a little odd for pizza restaurant. We found the service excellent with lots of staff sharing the workload to make sure we were okay and certainly did not see any inappropriate behaviour (other than kitchen staff anxious to get food out to customers). We were seated promptly on a busy Friday night but there is not a lot of room in the restaurant. The downside - and reality check - is that San Remo is not cheap. The meal for five cost us just over $100 although that included a wings appetizer and a couple of drinks. Medium pizzas are around $22 and the sub around $13. We would certainly go back but the price makes it a place to visit every so often rather than a weekly dining locale.
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