I've lived in the Syracuse area for a long time and this was my first time here. That's because the location (in an old commercial/semi-industrial area) is not where you'd normally look for a restaurant, the building doesn't look like a restaurant, and the sign is neither attention-getting nor particularly inviting. In other words, I've driven right by for years because nothing on the outside would attract me to come in and eat. So today, in the mood to try someplace I've never been, we ate at Angotti's. I was not overly impressed in either a negative or positive way.
My wife had lasagne, and she told me that it was okay but she's had better as several other local restaurants, including the chains like Olive Garden and Spaghetti Warehouse. I had baked ziti with meat and mozzarella, and it was good but not spectacular. Perhaps what disappointed me was the sauce; it wasn't bad, but it wasn't far superior to stuff out of a jar. But maybe you'll disagree; it's a matter of personal preferences. We also had the chicken pastina soup, which was homemade but the broth was on the thin side and not seasoned enough. Overall, the meal was okay, we were satisfied, but did not leave feeling like we just had to come back again soon for more.
The dining room is nice enough, with pleasant lighting and murals on the walls, but the effect is spoiled by the utilitarian stackable chairs, wooden tables with no placemats or tablecloths, and drab tile flooring. Our waitress was struggling to attend to a few too many customers, resulting in somewhat inattentive service, though not terrible.
The prices are in line with the experience, quite moderate and affordable.
The only way in that we saw was up some stairs, which would be a definite barrier to any handicapped person. Perhaps they have an accommodation through another entrance, but it wasn't obvious to us.
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