Mamma Lucia's is built in a one-time railroad station, is quite spacious and an enjoyable atmosphere. It's informal and relaxed. The menu has very large single portions (could be shared by two) and enormous "family style" plates. Four of us shared one family style veal parm and it was plenty. Everything else (pasta, salads, etc) is a la carte, but not at all expensive. Our whole bill, with three cocktails and two sodas, salads and pastas, came to $65. A bargain, as the food was delicious. The veal was top-notch. We thoroughly enjoyed the meal.
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