This place started as 24 hours. I would come here with my friends who live locally at random hours of the night to hang out, chat, and grab a snack. Then they changed their hours and we could never seem to figure out exactly when they closed. We stopped trying and just go to the other 24 hour joints a few towns out.
My friend works in Parsippany and I in Denville, so this makes for a great lunch spot right off rt 80. The service is fast, the food is good, and the prices are very reasonable. It's a fast food joint like they used to be years ago. Much like the In and Out Burger out west.
The service is good. The food is good. The prices are not insane. The atmosphere is a little dark. I would turn on a few more lights, but some people like a dimly lit dining experience. Overall, the experience was good.
I went to Basilico with a large party and the service was terrible. I'm convinced that waiters don't even make an effort when the table size meets mandatory tip. Instead of introducing himself and asking if we were ready to order, the waiter came to our table after an hour and told us when we needed to be out the door for the next group. They were extremely rude to us throughout the entire night.
You will never really find much variation in chain coffee shops, and you won't find it here. That doesn't make the coffee any less delicious, however. :)
Went here to wrap up my friend's birthday party and catch the end of a devil's game. Public birthday embarrassment on top of a chair was well worth dealing with some guy in the corner watching the giants game and screaming very loudly over anything. Apparently they also run theme nights at least 3 nights a week. Trivia night even has prizes.
Dunkin always rocks. This location is no different. They move quickly through the lines in the mornings before work, so I don't feel like I'm running late just stopping for coffee.
The food is greasy. The ice cream is good. The service is typically a little slow, but nothing horrific. This place is best suited for families with younger children.