The Manero (red, Italian) wine was good, but the pinot grigio was so-so. Our entrees (spaghetti with meatballs and linguine with Italian sausage) were good. We asked for it to be tossed in garlic and olive oil, which was not on the menu. It was slightly over-cooked, but still good. The meatballs were good and the Italian sausage very good. The biggest disappointment was the antipasto salad. The iceberg lettuce was chopped into pieces about the size of a dime. The cheese was similarly chopped. The pepperoni was cut into thin ribbons as was the ham. There was a blob of roasted peppers topped with an entire artichoke. Coming before the entrée, the salad presentation took away some of the pleasure from the meal. The prices are quite reasonable; however, the wine portions are a bit small for the $6-$8 price tag. We'll go back for the entrees, but we'll avoid the salads.
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