Recently ate here as a start to a diners, drive-in's and dives quest. The restaurant is in the middle of "nowhere"! Not really, but takes some time and several different roads/streets to get to. Definitely worth the effort! From the outside, it appears to be a church. We parked on the street in front of the restaurant and were not sure where to enter. We saw two people sitting on a curb smoking outside of a door. We guessed correctly that this was the entrance. I would say that this is the classic definition of a "dive". The tables appeared clean, not so sure of the walls/pictures. The food however is awesome! You must try the Italian wedding soup. I had the baked ziti which was outstanding. I added 2 meatballs with the ziti. They were very good. My fiancee had the eggplant parmigiana which was also great. All of the portions are HUGE! The dinners came with salads and bread and coleslaw. All of these were very tasty. The prices were very reasonable, the ambiance was "interesting". There is decent amount of parking alongside and behind the restaurant as well as on the street in front. The servers were extremely friendly and willing to talk about the Guy Fieri visit. If you can handle a little bit of grime and an adventurous drive, then I highly recommend eating here!
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