As far as the Gluten Free menu choices, I was pleasantly surprised and pleased with the options. The service was really good and everyone was satisfied with their meals. The atmosphere was nice, but it doesn't have the same feel that it use to a few years ago when Romano's first popped onto the scene. The music choice isn't the old jazzy, swing or classic Italian music that use to lend to the dining experience. Now, it is just a mesh of, just kind of...whatever. You almost feel as though you are listening to a radio station that doesn't have a genre. It was odd. But, overall it was good dining.
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