The restaurant is in a very small town, but right on main street. We have seen this restaurant name in other towns in our state. We were hoping it was as nice as the small town. Sadly, it was not. Service was decent, but the food was horrible. The restaurant was not crowded and it was not a busy time of day. We ordered bruschetta and a cheese pizza from their "wood pizza oven." The bruschetta was served on a raw hoagie roll liberally smeared with jarred raw minced garlic with a few tomatoes and cheese on top. It looked and tasted as if they had placed it in the oven for about 2-3 minutes barely enough time to lightly toast the edges of the bread. The cheese pizza was baked about the same amount of time, barely done. The sauce tasted as if it had come from a can and it had minimal cheese. We will never go back to that restaurant of any with that name.
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