My boyfriend's brother told us about this place awhile back, and we've been at least a dozen times since. The staff is wonderfully friendly - the owner has always been there every time we've gone. He always greats us like we're old friends (and has since the first time we went in). One of the nicest guys you'll ever meet. His goal is to make sure you leave happy and stuffed to the gills.
The food is fantastic as well. We alternate between sandwiches, pasta, calzones, and pizza - it's all delicious. The Poor Man's Lasagna is particularly excellent if you've got an appetite. It's a styrofoam to-go box nearly over-flowing with whatever the pasta of the day is, swimming in their homemade sauce with cheese and your choice of meatball of Italian sausage - and it's bottomless. The pizza we usually get has roasted garlic cloves on it; the sandwiches are so thick with fresh-sliced meat and cheese you can hardly fit them in your mouth, and the calzones are about the size of a small child. The crust for both the calzone and the pizza is one if the best I've ever had, and the homemade bread the sandwiches are made with is to die for.
The atmosphere is fun, too - very nostalgic. The walls are coated with Marilyn Monroe memorabilia and the stereo is often playing the classic James Bond soundtrack.
Absolutely love this place. Highly recommend it in every way.