Howard Schede has been retiring from the restaurant scene and his daughter and son-in-law w own this location. There is some good and some poor to be had. The vegetable sirloin soup is rich and delicious. The French onion soup was salty and seemed to have a burnt flavor. The salad bar ($3.95 extra) is pretty good.
My pasta dish with meat balls and sausage was just right in spice but the sauce was an uninspired red paste. Overall not yummy Italian. The DW's pasty was covered in a dark gravy that seemed like a cross between canned gravy and Jiffy Lube. Portions are large, I took 1/2 of my pasta home and DW took her whole pasty home.
If it's a premium entrée you seek, go somewhere else. If you are content with average comfort food and a few tasty items then pull up a chair.
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