We used to love this place. The food was good and even though the service was slow we didn't mind the wait knowing what was coming out of the kitchen. The new owners are very pleasant and the portions are ample, pricing is also good. The missing ingrediant is that quantity does not replace quality and serving huge portions that are heavy and filling does not make up for losing the finess that used to be there. The pizzas are huge but thick and doughy. The breakfasts are served with vast quatities of ciabatta and it is all jsut a bit too much. The setting is still good and the service is fine.
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