Dean Martin, in the mid-1960s, would have been comfortable at this modest but pleasant restaurant serving traditional favorites in a very traditional way. The veal dishes we had were mama's cooking at its best. The garlic bread was garlic bread at its best; and the salads were crunchy-fresh. The service was very good, and the pricing was surprisingly generous--to the customer, not the proprietor. It was not haute cuisine--for a change--that was refreshing. We plan to visit again the next time that we are in Jacksonville.