I've always heard about this restaurant and passed it a million times during the summer when it's full of cars, but the tourist season is over and we happened to be in the area and tried it. It's more a family or laid back type of place, nothing really fancy. There were only 3 other patrons there, but it might have been because who eats out on Halloween night at about 8pm. We were seated upon entering and given the menus.I ordered chicken picate with pasta. It was very tender and flavorful. My gf had a dish with plenty of schrimp,scallops,chicken,& mushroom over a lemon pasta with crushed tomato sauce. She like tons of thick sauce and was served a large bowl of marina sauce on the side. The chef did a great job of modifying our selections to our taste. The only thing was both pastas were a bit rubbery but still o.k.
They had a nice $3 salad selection and a great $5 martini. Service was a bit on the slow side, but our waiter a young man was overly helpful. Any time he didn't know the answer he asked someone else and got back to us. I think he was new to this position and in time will do a fine job. He was very polite.
All in all I found it enjoyable. Even the leftovers made a good lunch the next day. If I'm in the area, I'd stop again.
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