Family favorite, enthusiastic staff and very good Italian food. Meals start out with garlic bread knots and a fresh salad. Wide selection of pasta dishes with choices of veal, chicken, and fish.
Nice paintings on the walls depicting various sites in Italy which sparked memories of our visit there.
Well worth going there and you can usually expect the owner/chef to come out frequently to meet the guests.
So far, I have sampled the personal pizza, the spaghetti with sausage and meatballs, and the manicotti. All three have a tomato sauce which is simple, fresh, and tasty and the italian sausage they use may be the best I have ever had. The portions are large but it does not matter because you will already have stuffed yourself on their wonderful garlic bread rolls.
Pros: Excellent value
Cons: Cannot think of any right now.