Remembering his days as a Seabee AND his first Pizza ever - had to visit this restaurant. It opened for business about the same time my Husband became a Seabee! Food and service were great as was the stroll down memory lane.
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We went to this restaurant with some neighbors in August, for a Frank Sinatra night. It was a lot of fun and the singer was in "full character"! We also enjoyed dinner here a few months ago, for a 70's/80's night and had a great...More
THE GOOD: the service. Miguel was excellent and the manager was very good. THE BAD. The food was very average. The minestrone was good. The tomato sauce on the raviolis was blend, like coming from a can. The salad was fresh but the home made...More
The new owner has taken over about 2 years ago and what an improvement. My wife and I have eaten at this restaurant since it has changed hands. It is now known as Rico's Italian Villa. I ordered lasagna and she ordered spaghetti with meat...More
Such a surprise. Outside looks like a strip mall but inside it looks so east coast and it is the best authentic Italian in Southern California great prices
This is family owned and has been here for years. It is a hidden treasure that people need to discover. Dad cooks, Mama is the hostess, the kids are your servers and the grand kids come to eat. It is truly the best Italian for...More
Don't see on they're menu then ask for it. It is by far the best Italian place on the coast. They don't cut the meat still ordered. Fresh is what makes this a stand out over others. Best pizza you have ever had made the...More
We like the white clam sauce, my son said that my red sauce is better, the lasagna was nice, the people were nice. Was looking forward to some real Italian desert, but there was none.