We arrived here relatively early in the evening on a busy holiday weekend, with two young toddlers in tow. We were seated immediately, which was nice. The restaurant bills itself as Italian, with every entree entitled to an all-you-can eat salad bar. The salad bar was nothing fancy but it had the basics you'd expect -- romaine/iceberg lettuce combination, carrots, cucumbers, tomatoes, broccoli, mushrooms, etc... We ordered three entrees, one each for the adults and one for the kids to share. As they were still young, they would not be able to finish a whole entree by themselves. The waitress took our order and asked if we were ordering another entree since there were four of us. I explained that the kids would be sharing one entree. She then told us that only three of us were entitled to the salad bar, since we only ordered three entrees. If only my children would eat as many vegetables and greens as she imagined! I told her that they would probably eat at most 2 pieces of lettuce and 2 slices of cucumbers. She said "Well....you're not really supposed to have it for both of the kids." Ummm, they would probably eat less than one adult combined of the salad bar. In addition, the restaurant did not have any crayons or coloring pages to keep the kids busy. Our entrees were pastas, which were solid but nothing special.
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