We were there on a Saturday night, a group of 4. The main menu, an inserted sheet with all of the featured appetizers, entres, salads, etc did not show a single price. And there were many things on the list, and we were interested in ordering from this list. So each one in our party had to keep catching the waiter as he was rushing by to ask him, "How much is this?" and "How much is this?" and "Where are the prices?" and "Why aren't the prices on the menu?"
The waiter just shrugged and acted annoyed at our asking, but who wants to order without knowing how much something is?
And by the way,most of the entrees on that list were high priced, like 25 bucks or more.
So we ordered off the part of the menu that had prices listed so we didn't feel embarrassed at asking the price of a lot of items.
The prices were reasonable off the menu we used, the food was tasty, and we had no left overs. The portion sizes were good...in othe words, they don't sell you a gigantic portion and then charge you more; instead, you get a portion like a person SHOULD eat and charge you accordingly.
I would visit this place again, but before I do, I am going to call the management and ask them to put the prices on the menu before our visit! :-)
The place was very crowded at prime dinner time, but it is big and we got a seat for four right away.
It's kind of noisy, not a quiet romantic Italian restaurant.
I had the fried artichokes and minestrone soup, both good. The clams with white sauce on spaghetti was good, too. So was the lasagna. Before the meal they gave us good bread with olive oil and cheese.
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