We were immediately greeted and seated upon entering the restaurant by a cheerful young lady, and then another approached our table to take a drink order. Our waitperson, Jake, both knew the history of the restaurant--we asked because of the photo of a man with a young child on the menu cover--and made useful suggestions for our meal. We ordered Chicken Parmesan to share, which came with a green salad (we asked for Caesar dressing, which was very well done, although I skipped the anchovies that my husband requested). The kitchen split our dish in the kitchen, which arrived in individual baking dishes, browned and crusty. Since it had a red sauce, for the accompanying pasta we selected linguine (made in house) with carbonara sauce. Really, really good. They're famous for their flat-bread pizza, but there's only so much you can do in one sitting. We'd definitely return if back in the area.