Stopped here for a drink Sunday evening. Bartender was so helpful we decided to stay for dinner. Menu looked great. I ordered the ziti and veal meatballs which was served in a cast iron frying pan of some sort. As a result the ziti kept cooking until it was too dry to eat. My wife ordered bolognese with thin spagetti. Her's came with fettucinni. When she made the waitress aware of the miscue the waitress explained to us that all noodles were made the same way. Made me wonder why any restaurant would bother to offer different noodles when it appeared that one would suffice. When the replacement arrived my wife tried to pick up a mouthful and the whole plateful of noodles and sauce came off the plate with her fork. It was so dry not one bit of sauce was visible. Needless to say the positive experience with the bartender did not translate to the same experience in the dining room.
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