Went there on a Friday evening. At 6 PM, we were the first guests in the restaurant. I had the prime rib special, the 'Queen' cut was $21. Nothing special, served with mashed potatoes & cooked zuchinni. My wife had the chicken saltimbocca, it sounded grand. Was really drowned in Marsala wine - enough to drown out any other flavoring. The prosciutto was really thick, I have always seen or used thinly sliced. The ravioli underneath the chicken tasted like something you would pull out of a frozen bag from Wal-Mart. My daughter-in-law had the over-cooked salmon. Next time, the group will go with my suggestion & have dinner at Fratello's in Laconia. $184 for no alcohol, 4 adults, 3 children, no appetizers, only 2 adults had beverages besides water, & tip
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