The food was average. The portions were huge. My fiance and I shared a house salad and the vegetable ravioli. The ravioli had the potential to be really good, but they had overloaded it with probably an entire jar of sauce and a good quarter pound of cheese (I LOVE cheese and the amount on this made me gag, it was so thick and overwhelming) on top. If they had reduced the amount of sauce and cheese, it would have been a much classier and nicer dish. I wish I took a picture now! The garlic rolls could have been good but they were completely dry and cold on the inside. Seemed store-bought with a ton of garlic and butter and parmesan (from the green kraft bottle) smothered on top. Our waitress was nice but we waited forever for our drinks to be refilled (and it was a really slow time of day). The decor and such is pretty old. I bet if they gave half the portion and dropped the price accordingly, more people would be willing to eat the food and they could put the money into making the place feel a little less old-fashioned. It did not feel like you were eating in an italian restaurant. I felt like I was back in the early 90s, and not in a fun, nostalgic way. Not the best, probably the biggest food.
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