The quality of the food declined and the prices inclined when they moved from a hole-in-the-wall to a beautiful new facility a few years ago. The family hired a "manager" and we finally quit going after several poor experiences. We tried it again recently, we missed their salads and broiled seafood platter. The food this time was much much better. Two notes: service is still very spotty, and they use adulterated olive oil on the salads, but so does almost every other restaurant in America. There is very little truly pure, extra virgin olive oil, it's too expensive. Virtually all imported "Italian" extra virgin oil is adulterated with oil from Africa, Spain, even hazelnut oil from Turkey.
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