Lunch with a friend on a Tuesday at 1 PM. First thing I noticed was the lack of patrons over what used to be a thriving lunch crowd a few years back. (maybe new mgmt?). Several of the tables were not bussed so we were directed to back by the doorway to kitchen, etc. I asked to wait while another table elsewhere was cleared (only one other table had patrons in the entire section). We ordered the baked eggplant. When asked what came with the cassarole (bread encrusted & had cheese in it), the waitress said nothing else, but we could have rolls if we wanted. We did order them. Rolls were good, but I feel a small side garden salad would have justified the price somewhat. Cassarole dish was small for the 10 bucks we paid but the unfortunate part was it was fairly dry with very little marinara (which would have helped). Overall, it had the appearance and taste of having been frozen and simply heated. May go again, perhaps try a salad, but menu is a bit pricey for what you get.
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