We have been to this Italian Restaurant three separate times in July. And, we were there last summer probably six times. They are only open from Mid-May to the end of September for the past few years, and we look forward to the annual opening day!
This is the real deal: The pasta is made right here--unless you order their imported pasta. The meal begins with homemade bread, made by Grandma right there in the kitchen. I love their bread almost as much as I loved my own Grandmother's bread. I could easily just have bread and soup for a meal, it is that good.
Several of the salad dressings are homemade as well. I like the Gorgonzola (blue cheese) dressing, but the house made Italian is pretty good too.
Entrees: One of our party had the daily special--an Alfredo based pasta dish with red peppers and chicken. She raved about it. In fact, we went back the very next night and she asked for it again! I had Veal Parmesan. Now, I have had this dish many other places. This Veal is the best, with the best sauce. It was served with a side of spaghetti--or whatever pasta you choose. Mine had their meat sauce, which was great. My experience is that they are very accomodating; one can ask for whatever pasta dish with whichever sauce. Pretty much everybody who works here is part of the same family; you might well be waited on by the owner or his mother.
Dessert this night was peanut butter pie. As we were coming in, diners leaving grabbed us and said, "be sure to have the peanut butter pie!" We did, and it was wonderful.
Overall, this is a great restaurant that I will return to again and again. It is a "fine dining" restaurant, dinner only. I find the prices quite reasonable; entrees are in the $10 to $17 range, none higher than that. It is in an area with other restaurants, but this one is far and away the top of the heap. Being used to "big city" prices, I find this place very reasonable, especially for "from scratch" food.
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