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Some friends and I came for dinner. Two of the ladies were regulars and our party was greeted by several staff and guests as we came into the restaurant. Tuesday night is 2 for 1 entrees, so the place was lively. We came @ 7pm...More
Stopped in with no expectations. The first room is a standard old world, Archie Bunker-type bar with locals enjoying the brews. In the back, however, is a good sized dining room. The place is rustic and that adds to the small town charm. There is...More
The interior is outdated, but the food is outstanding from veal, chicken, and seafood dishes - all are excellent. We had the clams on half shell, plump, fresh, ice cold and delicious. The bread is warm nd crusty. I had the veal parmigiana with a...More
I don't normally write reviews, but I feel it is necessary in this case. We went to this place for the first time. There were four people in our group. We all ordered different dishes. None of us ate a half of our food. I...More
This is not glitzy or fancy but for what it is, an old school Italian restaurant and bar, it's good. I always get the homemade spaghetti with pork shanks because it's always delicious and always more than enough for lunch the next day. We're always...More
We had a good Italian meal at a reasonable price! Everything was nice, the people, atmosphere and especially the piano player! I had raviolis and meatballs my better half had veal parmigiana both dishes were very good! thoroughly enjoyed the evening and will definitely go...More
My wife and I tried this restaurant out of the blue and are we glad we found this place. The fried Jersy tomatoes were outstanding but were told this could be the last week for them. Clams on the half shell were fresh and delicious....More