Entrance is down a few stairs (basement) which leads straight into the bar area with a few tables on the right side. More tables are situated in the back of the restaurant and there are some tables upstairs. There is parking on the restaurant property (not a large lot) and some street parking (difficult to find). Standard chicken parmigiana (large portion of chicken takes up the whole plate for $18) and other Italian fare. Soups come in bowl and cup- usually 1 house special and 1 standard soup. All the chicken dishes (Francese, Milanese) are good. Veal dishes are around $24.00 Restaurant website bills itself as fine dining- however, the place is quite old, walls are covered with pictures of children/families. Chairs/tables are clustered together and it can be cold seated near an outside wall or window during the winter.
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