Went to Bravo rather late on a Friday night, but still got fabulous service. The grill was closed, so we opted for the chicken parmisan, which came with spaghetti and meat sauce, and the lasagne. The chicken was delicious, breaded with melted parm, and the spaghetti sauce was just the way I like it. The chicken soup was not the best I've ever had, but it was decent as was the garlic cheese toast. However, the lasagne, according to my son, was very good. And, we both really enjoyed the original 60's booth and decor.
All in all a great little place to go for good food and good, friendly service.
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