My husband and I went here as it is very close to our home and we both like Italian food. I am half Italian and am a bit spoiled as I grew up close to the north end in Boston....I was definitely not impressed with the food here. It did smell good when you walked in and seemed homey inside and certainly seems to be a popular place - but the service was terrible. The waitress took her time getting to our table for anything and was not friendly or welcoming and she did not check on us after serving the meal or ask if we wanted more drinks. The salads were anemic looking and flavorless and we had to ask for bread. I asked if the eggplant parm was sliced thin or thick and she looked at me like I had two heads and then said - "a lot of people order it". I tried it - it was on the thicker side and not anything special. I much prefer a thinly sliced breaded eggplant parm as it is tender and usually tastier. My husband's dish was better - I think he got shrimp or scallops and linguini - but again, nothing special. As I said - nothing special - honestly I'd rather cook myself because I'd have enjoyed it a lot more.
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