Smallish Italian restaurant with additional outside seating. Nice wait person very knowledgeable about the menu. Lot of choices, lasagna was very good and a lot of it plus salad.. Worth making a second visit.
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What I liked about this restaurant is it's a fairly small family run neighborhood business that attracts locals. That said, the pasta dishes are very heavy and smothered in cheese and very mediocre sauces; and thats about the all of it.. Cheers
If you're not a salad fiend but love good salads, try them here. Add the grilled chicken to the Italian salad - insanely good. The Antipasto platter was best EVER had, even in Little Italy out east. The spaghetti tasted old fashioned, cooked in my...More
Every table was full and reservations were running late. We were seated 30 minutes late. Service lagged and our food was merely warm although it did show potential. Potential was enough to ensure I will be back to try again. Everyone deserves a second chance.
Stooped in on a Thursday for lunch. 3 of us were treated with a smile immediately shown down to a table. The pasta lunch Bar special was available and explained to us. You had a choice of which pasta you like and 5 choices of...More
We went for the Happy Hour specials, They were good and good amounts, The calamari was the best, sausage in sauce was good but a lot of sauce, The penne was good as well. We will return when in the mood for Italian food.
We stopped by for lunch (After finding Pig at my Pizza was closed on Tuesday). The restaurant was very cozy and had only a few guests. The waitress was very nice, took our drink order, explained the menu and the "Build your own pasta" to...More
Recently my wife and I had dinner with another couple at Nonna Rosa's on a Friday night. We were seated immediately and our waitress came over timely. She was very knowledgeable on the wine and entire menu items. Wines were reasonably priced as well as...More