It was a good dinner. The restaurant was a bit chilly/drafty though, we ate with our coats on. Spaghetti was homemade. Garlic loaf was amazing. Worth going.
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I love all types of Italian foods, but was seriously disappointed in the lasagna I ordered. The sauce was like tomato paste and the noodles were more hard than al dente. My kids had a pizza with the same sauce and the dough was missing...More
I love garlic and I love pasta so what could go wrong? Let’s just say there was about 6 chopped heads of garlic in one plain bowl of pasta. I tried eating what I could. After drowning it in Parmesan cheese and a quarter of...More
Ordered veggie lasagna and very disappointed that it was cooked unevenly. Warm outside and literally cold inside. Sent back for more heating up but still not thoroughly warmed. By this time my husband was done with his dinner so what was the point. I️ guess...More
My wife and I stopped here after a WVU football game. No wait and the food was prepared quickly. Great service. I had chicken parm and my wife had spaghetti and meatballs. How is this place ranked the 12th best restaurant in town? I'm eaten...More
This is the place to get some delicious Italian cooking. The wheat bread calzones, are amazing and so are their famous garlic butter drenched dinner rolls. The atmosphere is nice and relaxing. I enjoy the original paintings they decorate with. Can't recommend this enough,
We had delicious fresh pasta with homemade pesto sauce . They were happy to combine it with the primavera vegetable sauce. With this pasta camr salad or soup. The soup was a delicious italian vegetable soup, hearty and fresh also. One of us had whole...More