This place has both pizzas and Italian dishes. When it opened years back, it was quite good, now I am amazed they are still open. We went for dinner with kid last month. The calamari tasted like it has been sitting in the freezer for years, dried out and tasteless. There were only 2 other tables, and though we asked for lemon in our water, it never happened, the service was soooo slow. My veal dish was way overcooked, and the sauce was bland. My wife's eggplant parm was pitiful. The kids has cheese pizza, and the crust not crispy with hardly any cheese. We skipped dessert and went home.
This is a perfect example of what happen's when too many corners are cut to save food costs.. Bad quality food and lame service. I recommend this place for the Food Network show: Restaurant Impossible
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