We've watched this place grow from a hole in the wall to a pretty nice albeit small-ish family run restaurant. Dinner last night found our waitress (daughter of the owner) running to keep up with the crowd. Her mother, (who was cooking at the time) found a few moments to come over to the table and wish us well. Family restaurants are either warm and friendly or, depending on the family, hectic and poorly run--witness "Restaurant Impossible" where family members should be fired, but are kept because they are family. Bobarino's seems to be warm and friendly with overtones of family difficulty.
The entrees we enjoyed were a couple of specials they were offering, mine was sausage and sauce over bowties. My wife had a spaghetti and meatballs--I can't say what was so special about them, but they were good. Overall I would call this a busy restaurant, in season you may wait for a table--and I must say I have enjoyed meals there for 3 or 4 years. My friends rave about the lasagna and pizza, and especially the "to go" fare.
I understand they are considering selling their home made sauce as well, which is handmade fresh daily, but as yet that is only something they mentioned in passing. I think there's nothing as good as fresh tomato sauce served at home--my home.
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