The place looked cute from the outside. Inside was dark with dark paneling--very early 60s--my only negative about the place. We chose a pannini and a sopresetta sandwich. Both were very good with fresh ingredients. The place was filled with customers as it was lunchtime, but that's always a good sign as you can tell there were a lot of locals taking advantage of the $6.95 salad bar that includes garlic knots and pizza. Here you'll also find fresh mozarella, sausages, and pepperoni. The waitress automatically refilled our drinks without us having to ask. We had a very good meal here, and the waitresses were friendly.
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