This place used to be the place to go for great desserts. The original owner up until about 7 years ago made the place famous. Rumor has it he won a lottery and really invested in this place. The decor is gorgeous with Renaissance-era painted ceiling, chandeliers and paintings on the walls. He also brought there the famous brick oven pizza and Italian desserts. Eventually the place was sold to a couple of guys who were brothers-in -law. They kept the same food but diluted the drinks even sodas. And the original waiters, who knew you like family, were gone. Service and atmosphere were not the same. We went there last Saturday. People used to wait outside to be seated but now the place is empty. New management again. Half of items on menu were not available.The waitress was obviously new and did not know the menu at all. Kept asking us to point out the items we want to order on menu. Food tasted very average, nothing special. Dessert looked the same but tasted horrible. Before we ordered pizza the brick oven was not even heated. We ended up waiting 40 min for pizza. It is such a shame to have this place go down like that. We will miss it.