The atmosphere was nice and quaint, and the service was quite good. Our food took a while, but the waiter checked in with us regularly and kept our glasses full. However, the food was nothing to write about. The sauce did not taste homemade and had no oomph! My husband's calzone was slightly undercooked and my pizza tasted like they were using canned chicken and were trying to blend flavors that don't go together. Perhaps their pasta dishes are better, but they need to aim for a more homecooked flavor.