There is nothing negative about this reasonably priced Italian restaurant with table service worthy of the kind you get in a good Italian Ristorante, or Trattoria in the home country ! This is a good family place, or dine-out when you want to save some "dough" (no pun) between expensive nights out. I had the excellent Eggplant Parm (including Ricotta you will die for). My wife had a thin crust wood-oven baked white pizza with artichokes. I enjoyed the tall Peroni Italian beer (hoppy) which was $1 off at happy hour. If you leave hungry you have a tapeworm or your Colostomy bag ruptured !
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