This place is located about a block off the town square. The parking was easy and on the night we were there it was full witj only a few empty tables.
I wanted to try the beer battered artichokes but they were out that night. I settled for the antipasto salad. This comprised of iceberg lettuce topped with some canned artichoke pieces, torn salami, and what I think was suppose to be italian ham. The dressing was a homemade tomato vinaigrette dresing with basil added. Honest size portion for the money but nothing to write home about.
My dining partner had chicken fingers and fries with a very good ranch dressing. Overall I can get better at chick-fil-a.
This is the type of place where everyone seemed to know everyone. As a result the service was very slow. The servers kept getting stopped by other patrons for city chat. The bar area was full, and loud.
Okay place for kids. They serve pizzas and pastas along with other items on the menu. They seem to have a little something for everyone.
would I go back? Maybe. A little stroll around the town square after dinner appeals to me but the food isn't going to make me rush back. Maybe the pizza is the thing I should have ordered.