I usually try not to be too harsh on these little diners cause I feel that they deserve some credit for trying to compete with the Olive Gardens and Red Lobsters of the world but I was, unfortunately disappointed with this little place.
The Atmosphere tries to be a throwback to the 50's but it feels cheap and unrefined.
The Service was rather slow and par at best. Smiles were something that were sought after and sorely missed. From the time I was seated to the time the waitress arrived at my table to ask me what I would like to drink felt like an eternity. By the time she DID arrive I had chosen what I wanted to eat from the menu with plenty of time to spare and I had taken plenty of time to decide. A good waitress would have been there 2-3 times by then.
The Food was unremarkable in every sense of the word. I ordered the pasta and to me it's something I myself could best with little effort and it was presented similarly to how I would have done it as well. The "Garlic Bread" was a slice of bread from a store bought loaf with nothing on it, not even butter.
I would highly recommend choosing another place. If you're looking for a good experience and great food it certainly won't be found here.
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