My husband and I decided to try this place on our second weekend trip to the area, after eating at the Piemont a couple months prior. I would definitely say I liked the atmosphere better in this restaurant - while it seemed dated, it was quite cozy and comfortable. However, the coziness ended when a large table of about 20+ people was seated down the middle of the already-small dining room. It was loud, and my husband and I gave up on having any kind of conversation at that point.
We had our meal family style. I ordered the Chicken Piccata and he had the Veal. The bread, soup and antipasta plate were very basic. The soup was just warm, and served in a very-dated blue plastic bowl (just like at the Piemont). I would definitely recommend an upgrade on those...not appealing at all. The family style antipasta plate was disappointing - a couple pieces of salami, two slices of beets, basic black olives from a can and some whole pepperoncinis. It really isn't that expensive to throw a good anti-pasta plate together!
My dinner was good, and my husband had no complaints about his. The side pasta was so-so..a very basic penne with tomato sauce. And once again, just barely warm.
We were beyond ready to leave, but our waitress also had the large table of 20+ so she disappeared and we had to call over another waitress (there were only 3 working) for our check. They were very nice though. I probably would only go back if I had exhausted all other options in the town.
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