This is a warm and welcoming little restaurant. Our waitress was attentive and helpful without hovering, and she was swift to bring us our orders of beer and calzones.
The calzones were as good as I've ever eaten. They had thin, crispy crusts, generous helpings of the five free stuffings, and lovely marinara on the side.
The beer was cold. I recommend the local brew, which I'd never heard of and can't remember the name of.
And the prices were between reasonable and cheap! We'll be back.
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