The Caesar salad dressing was cloyingly sweet which was curious given the accompanying anchovie fillet ensconced in a few pieces of bagged salad romaine. The eggplant entree was an appetizer sized portion at best and not the good value mentioned in other posts. Sauce on pasta uninspired as was the tired decor. Wanted to try an authentic restaurant and support local family owned business but now understand crowds out the door at the neighborhood Carrabas and Olive Garden.
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