I went to this place for family dinners from time to time in the 60s, and so had good memories of it. The big sign on the roof with an Italian chef making the "OK" sign was an iconic part of my childhood. The restaurant is little changed from then. This is mid-market Italian food, not haute cuisine to be sure, but pleasantly informal and adequately prepared.
I went back recently, and had the veal parmesian with spaghetti. The veal was freshly and crisply breaded, with a good, rich tomato red sauce. The spaghetti would have been a bit better if cooked less, as I like it al dente, but it wasn't way overcooked. The tossed salad was fresh and attractively served. The waitstaff was friendly and helpful. I was out the door for $20 including a soda, tax, and tip.
If you're looking for a good value in a pleasant Italian dining experience from bygone days, you will like the Italian Inn.
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