I took my family to Angelo's 2 for dinner. I don't live in the area so this was my first visit. My son ordered bread rolls with marinara sauce for an appetizer. They were OK. We all ordered from the Early Bird menu because the dinners included soup or salad and dessert. my son and I ordered the french onion soup and we were told a few minutes later that they were out of french onion soup. So we took the salad which was a disappointment. The salad was a very small plate with a few pieces of lettuce and spinach and a couple of small slices of tomatoe and maybe a slice of cucumber. It was nothing special to say the least. It was certainly not comparable to oinion soup. I had spagetti with a meat ball and a sausage. Another reviewer wrote they use the same sauce on everything. This must be true because the sauce with the appetizer was the same as the sauce on my spagetti dinner. The meatball and sausage were good but not great. The meatball was hard pressed ground beef as if it had been frozen. It was certainly not fresh made. The sausage was OK but it had a skin on it that I didn't care for. After finishing dinner we were prepared to order the dessert. The Early Bird menu listed tirimisu and canolies. However when we ordered the waitress stated that these choices required an extra $2 each which I didn't remember from reading the menu. We paid the extra and my tirimisu was very good. My son also enjoyed the canolie. My wife had the chocolate cheescake and she thought it was very good. All in all it was an OK experience. The room was a little noisey. The waitress did a good job considering she was extremely busy and did not have time to give each table appropriate attention. She was obviously overloaded with too many tables and it wasn't because she wasn't trying. She was very efficient with her time and she was very pleasant in her manner. If I go there again I would not order from the Early Bird menu and would try something from the standard menu to see if there is a difference.