Our first impression was not so good. We had a party of 9 - five adults and four kids. The kids were very hungry and we asked if there were crackers or something quick they could snack on, but were told no. We ended up going next door to Subway for apple slices for them. We got paper plates and plastic forks which caused us to raise our eyebrows. In their defense, they did later explain that their dishwasher was broken. There is no kids' menu, but you can order an 8" pizza for them for $8, but that's a bit much for a kid's meal. Service was disorganized. We had to repeatedly ask for forgotten things: straws, drinks, sugar for the tea, etc. One person delivered an item to our table while speaking on a cell phone! The prices for salads was high, the pizza crust was burnt, and the sauce was salty. Guido's could use some improvement.
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