If you are looking for real traditional Italian food, this restaurant will just miss the mark, but what it does do very well is what I call American Italian food. The sauce and pasta is made fresh in house and the flavors are very nice. The salad, well, the bottomless salad reminded me a bit of Olive Garden or something, which is okay but predictable. They have only ONE salad dressing, which to me is a shame because even in keeping it Italian there are so many things you could do with dressings. The bread in the basket - again, very American. Italians eat alot of hard crusted bread. This was good, but more like a soft long dinner roll with garlic butter on top.
The decor and atmosphere were very nice, the service was very good overall. We were in there at lunch, and were the first customers of the day. The restaurant was very clean and the staff was friendly and attentive. My husband needed to make a substitution due to a dietary restriction and at first the waitress gave us some blow-back without even asking, but when she finally did ask, the manager granted the simple request. (substitute soup for salad, both soups had ingredients he is allergic to)
It's worth going to for good American Italian in a larger restaurant, but if you want traditional authentic Italian go to Townson and try DiPasquales.
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