I understand there is a charm in New England to find some great hole-in-the-wall place with great charm and amazing food. But this place was a complete disappointment. On a cold Friday night, the place is so small that every time the door opens, the cold air rushes in, disrupting the vibe. The tables are so close together that you can't help but entertain yourself with all of the surrounding conversations.
The food was mediocre. The free bread was hot, but very hard, small and a waste of carbs. The chicken park was cold and offered with a wasteful amount of cold ziti pasta. The side salad was poor quality and very basic. The spicy spaghetti was good, but nothing special. Wine was overpriced. Server was nice, but just a young kid, who had little menu knowledge and was extremely slow to refill drinks, and basically ignored our needs because he was so busy.
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