DeMarco's website LOOKS appealing... contrary to Home Page come-on, the Sunday BRUNCH DOES NOT include the drink... it's $2 extra, nor does it include ANY BREAKFAST FARE unless pizza counts. The salad bar was limited in choices but adequate. The pizza offering was limited, average, but OK. However, all other food offerings were in a very dimly lighted area & difficult to distinguish what EXACTLY was in the pastas other than red sauce, white sauce, or EVOO? The lasagna WAS easily recognized, meaty, and very dry. The small meatballs for the spaghetti with marinara WERE GOOD. The waitress volunteered "try the soup, it's good" so I went to look and observed a broth consistency stock with what looked like chopped onion in it; nothing else was apparent or distinguishable so I passed.
Words to describe the atmosphere of the restaurant... dingy, well worn, & unappetizing.
The Dinner Menu offerings look fantastic... but I would NEVER go back and spend upward of $20 per person to find out that it is the same experience as Sunday Brunch. (It would still be the SAME dingy, well-worn, unappetizing interior decor.)
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