Came for lunch so there were not too many diners. They start you with very enjoyable crusty Italian sesame bread. Next is the salad, a nice mix of dark greens. slices of red onion and half plum tomatoes, topped with an excellent garlic lemon dressing. The main course was the veal parm. It was very tender but not as large as the last time. It had way too much mozzarella and sauce, which was just OK at best. The side of penne was not good. If you want a different pasta there is an up charge.
We used a buy one, get one free coupon (Value up to $13) which made it a great value. Total with tax and tip was $30 for two.