Ate dinner here with my wife on September 18th, 2012 while we were passing through town.
I had the ham, mozarella and ricotta Calzone. Heavy on the ricotta and light on everything else. Ham was low end, sliced ,deli stuff better suited for making a sandwich. Calzone came with a small side bowl of tomato sauce which was actually the best part of the meal. My wife ordered the clam linguine. Canned clams in a very watery cream sauce. Very bland. The bread served with the meal was a disappointment. Wonder Bread texture in a baguet jacket. Think of lamb in a wolf's skin.
My wife ordered a glass of Cabernet Sauvignon. Do not make the same mistake. $5 later she received a glass of what tasted like a home-made red wine. We checked the bottle when we left. Ever heard of a vinyard called 'Prince Michel' of Virginia. Well that's what they served her. Very disappointing. Service was adequate if not enthusiastic.
Windows need a good cleaning but you wouldn't believe how much parking the restaurant had available. Maybe you would.
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