Small and friendly! Lovely southern italian cuisine, really family. Its small, clean and hearty. The ever italo american fetuccini alfredo - toothsome home made pasta, buttery fatty sauce. Chicken added was a bit underseasoned, but well cooked. The italo-greek salad has roasted red peppers, with a light dressing, is really tasty. Interesting enough the feta they use is not ultra salty, and makes the salad very satisfying. Pizza dough is traditionally undersalted, and in true italo american fashion crispy bottom, chewy, really good with nice gooey cheese. Stuffed shells are really good! If you had a second generation italian aunt, this is what you'd eat at her home! Sauce is hearty without being heavy. But the BEST part of visiting DeFazio's is to get Rocco going on the stories behind the family wall - from Jimmy Duarte the patron godfather of their community church, their relationship with Mr. Rockefeller himself and Hon Hilary Clinton. Rocco, the on-going patriarc of the family business is simply a charming, delightful soul. So if the food didnt fully fill your belly, his story telling will captivate your heart. Oh yea - couple of house rules - they don't sell by the slice and cash only! Buon Appetito!
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