Nonni's makes a nice change if you want pasta or other Italian dishes like chicken marsala, pizza, fettucine carbonara etc., but I find the menu limited. If someone in your group doesn't do pasta (in my case, a diabetic) they may settle for a salad and a side of meatballs...
I must say that when you order any pasta meal, you have a choice of ordering a single serving (plenty is served) or a family-sized serving you can share. It comes with bread (with nice garlic dipping oil) and salad (the caesar dressing is very good).
My fettucine alfredo was good, and I was asked if I wanted to add shrimp, which I did. The shrimps were great, and the alfredo was good tasting, but very short of sauce. I think of it as a dish served quite creamy, with a good amount of sauce, and there was just too little of it. I saw on the menu that they sold "extra alfredo sauce", but once I was served, I didn't want to go order more... and Nonni's should be a bit more generous with it in the first place, considering the price.
The surroundings are small but congenial, service was good. You just need to be looking for Italian to go there.
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