My family went there on a Friday night at 7:30. We were greeted by a tall body builder whose shirt was two sizes too small. The restaurant was empty one and a comment to the waiter prompted a half-assed remark, that it was early and more reservations were coming in later. That should have sent us packing. Two other family's arrived later but that was it when we left at 9pm. Anyone calling this food real Italian or great needs a reality check. I have had better Italian food at the Macroni Grill. Bread was ok, Cesar salad was great, but it ended there. Two orders of Rigatoni alla vodka with sausage and an order of chicken Marsala was awful. The vodka sauce looked like ketchup was mixed with heavy cream. No flavor at all no indication that it was even made with tomato sauce. The chicken Marsala was dry overcooked and probably frozen.
Don't waste your time or money.
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