A large group of us (remnants of a family reunion) enjoyed dinner at Teresa's Place, a very hard to find restaurant founded over 90 years ago and still run by descendants of the original Teresa. The good is solid, homey Italian--think "red sauce," but also think "calamari steak," veal picatta/parmegiana/marsala, etc. and a good selection of pizzas. Wonderful minestrone and a green salad with plenty of beets, carrots, and thinly sliced patty pan squash were served family style; entrees are served individually. My chicken scallopini was beautifully seasoned; other members of our party raved about the ravioli, the stuffed squash, the calamari "steak," the pasta and pesto. Service was very friendly and prompt; the bartender initially rebuffed a request for sangria, but grudgingly gave in when faced with requests from several in our party. A restaurant certainly worth searching for (it's VERY off the beaten path).
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