It has bene a while since we have dined at this location. Frankly the place was reflecting a little wear and the noise from the "wild" kids turned us off. This was a Sunday and we were hopping we would not have a repeat occurrence. Upon entering the establishment were met by a person wearing a lot of metals and pins. We assumed he was part of management. We ask to be seated in the left portion of the restaurant away from the large open room where many families are seated. He told us to wait and he would see what he could do. This must have been a real challenge as there were a total of 4 people, sitting in that section and about 4 or 5 waiters and waitress just waiting for the noon customers. We were seated as we requested. Shortly thereafter a young waitress, that obviously was not a professional waitress, appeared at our table with a bottle of wine and ask if we would like a glass of wine. She tried to sell it to us but not too pushy. We don't really appreciate this kind of approach especially in a low price Italian restaurant. If we decided to order wine it will be choosing from the wine list, not a bottle that has been carried around the establishment and handled by several waiters. We ordered and the meal was served. The entrees were good however they too were just as one would expect from this kind of a restaurant. This is not a real chef run kitchen but more of a chain just following previously prepared menu preparation. We did notice the prices seemed to have been raised a tad from out previous visit. There was a 2 for $25 special which they are selling however if you look at the entrees closely there is not a lot of meat being offered, mostly pasta and you might find sticking to the regular menu will be a better bargain. By the way the establishment appeared to have had the dining room recently painted and the carpet squares looked fairly new.
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