My daughter chose Luigi's for her birthday dinner. Luigi's has become a Midland institution being the only locally-owned Italian restaurant in town. Luigi's provides a welcome alternative to the pervasive Mexican menu. We ordered a pastrami sandwich, pizza, salads, lasagna, and eggplant lasagna. The pastrami sandwich was dry and very salty. Pizza was great. I would have liked an anti-pasto salad; however, the waitress described it as a side salad topped by a pepper, pepparoni, and maybe one or two other items that I do not remember. That is NOT an anti-pasto salad. The restaurant was dark and our table was located by the kitchen which certainly was not conducive to conversation. Luigi's is not the authentic Italian eatery one finds in larger cities, but as I said, it is adequate for finding an alternative cuisine in West Texas. Just OK, Not my choice for a special occassion.