This was a fairly good Italian restaurant in an out-of-the-way location. It is not a gourmet type of Italian restaurant but they had a variety of pizzas and a fairly broad range of Italian platters most of which were under $15. It is located in a new strip shopping center and it looks like it was very recently built out-- translate that into fairly new. I had the Chicken Parmigiana which was a very large chicken breast, butterflied then breaded, fried and topped with cheese and a good tomato sauce. In all honesty, I was expecting that the chicken would have been sauted and not deep fat fried. I probably would not have ordered it knowing it was deep fat fried and in retrospect, I should have asked. However, it was tastey and I ate it all. It came with a choice of soup or salad. I chose the Pasta Fagioli which was very good. There was really too much food to eat so I couldn't manage dessert. They do have a brick oven for their pizza and if I had been with another person I would have definitely tried that instead of the chicken. It looked and smelled great. They also had quite a bit of take-out traffic for the pizza. They have an all you can eat Italian buffet for $7.95 per person which seemed like a good deal as well. Not sure if that is everyday of the week of just on Thursdays-- you'd have to check that with the staff. The restaurant has a very relaxed atmosphere and casual clothes are fine. They did not serve alcoholic beverages.