The staff just didn't seem to have its act together. The hostess/cashier just seemed so confused when she seated me and later cashed out my check. Several long minutes passed before a server realized I was sitting there. The food was bland and unremarkable. It was Saturday, when spaghetti is its special. The menu brags that this is their signature dish, but I swear, it was about as good as what a 20-year-old bachelor would make himself for dinner.
I fondly remember the old location on Broadway. It was just a classic, and I miss it. This is a pale shadow of what it used to be. Mostly, it seems to be a draw for older folks who used to patronize the old location. I felt like I was eating in a retirement community dining room.
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