All the food was great, but the Italian bread was mundane and dried out. And three small slices of Garlic bread for $2.50 was a major disappointment. Guys, if you are an Italian restaurant, you need to do better with the bread. I had a generous plate of spaghetti and meatballs, a side salad and nice dessert for $22 with tax and 20 percent tip included. The atmosphere - sorry, it has no atmosphere - was early cafeteria. (I think they had a radio station blaring) A little more effort with the bread, decorating and music could make a big difference. Because this is a non-Italian area, you need to deduct a star from all the ratings. (Sorry, I got spoiled living near many Italian restaurants in New Haven CT) The staff couldn't be nicer, though, and there is parking across the street after 5 PM. It's BYOB, too.
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