The food here is very much Americanized Italian dining along with a blandness that indicates-food for the masses. It's a great alternative to chain Italian restaurants as it locally owned and the food is fine and plentyful if you are looking to please someone with llimited palate. It is plagued by the problem that if you are doing research to find someplace you'd enjoy-the website sets your expectations too high. The food is good-but it's nothing special. I enjoyed the environment-the chance to eat alone with my husband for the first time in a while and our waitress more then my dinner.
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