My friend and I decided to have dinner, and mainly cause the owner is a piece of work getting new customers from the street. It reminded me of a good guido's restaurant from New York.
We would have rated the place excellent if it weren't for the pasta that was a little bit too much al dente and not sautéed long enough with the seafood and fresh tomatoes.
The mixed fried seafood was tasty, but a the batter was a bit salty a nice marinara sauce would have made justice.
The house wine was not impressive.
Still, we looked at the food served around and it looked and smelled good, especially the pizza.
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