A very nice Italian restaurant in the center of town, less than a block from the Baseball Hall of Fame, with cloth tablecloths and napkins.
Entrees, which only included meal and pasta, were decent sized and tasty. My husband said his veal parmesan was one of the best he has every had. I had two appetizers, a salad which was nothing special and a very tasty sausage. We each had the same thing both nights. The hot Italian bread was outstanding.
Prices were reasonable compared to other restaurants in the area. Service was efficient -- our water glasses were never empty and we drink a lot of water-- but neither waitress was overly friendly.
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