This was our first visit to Pepperoncini and we were here to celebrate an anniversary that my wife's parents were celebrating. The place sits below a hotel and you have to walk down a flight of stairs to get to the place. I didn't see any handicap accessible entrance, but I may have missed it.
Inside, the place is sort of split between the bar area and the dining area. Both areas are not overly big. In the dining area, there were about a dozen tables, covered in white table clothes. We had a reservation, so we were quickly seated when we arrived. Our party consisted of four adults and two young children. Although their online menu doesn't show it, they do have a very small kids menu that consisted of some pasta and chicken dishes. We ended up just ordering the kids a pizza, which was a thin crust pizza. It was of decent size and in hindsight, our two young ones could have shared it.
For starters, we went with the Fried Mozzarella and the Fried Calamari. Both were good, but I definitely preferred the Fried Mozzarella, There were three pieces and each one had a different sauce on it. If that's not your thing, you should ask for the sauce on the side. We all had the Caesar Salad with our entrees, which was good. For my entree, I went with the pasta with braised pork. It was just OK for me and I thought it was a little too watery. A few others in our party had the crab cakes, which they said was good and my mother-in-law said the shrimp scampi special was very good. For dessert, I had the cannoli's, which could have used more filling. The tiramisu though was excellent!
Service was just OK and several times, we were left with empty glasses. A 20% tip was automatically added to our party of 6. I would have preferred a 15% tip be automatically added and let me add more for excellent service.
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