Had my doubts about a franchise Italian restaurant, but we continue to go back because of the exceptional service and food. I try something different almost every time and I've never eaten a bad meal there. A little pricey, but worth a few extra bucks to dine there a few times a year. Some of their pasta dishes are on the cheaper side, if you're on a budget, but still very good. Experienced wait-staff and manager seem to always do the little things to make you feel wanted at their restaurant and appreciate your business. They like repeat customers and seem to put forth a lot of effort to make you feel welcome, which seems to be a dying art among many restaurants these days. Very good appetizers and salads. Pizza is different, but good. Seafood dishes have all been excellent. Large, bright, open atmosphere - the kitchen is visible from every table. Bar is in front, but also open to the dining area. Outside dining is nice during the summer.
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