We were part of a mini-family reunion when eight of us went, without reservations on a Friday night, to Menaro's and asked if we could be seated. The restaurant was busy, but no one batted an eye. We were immediately seated in a smaller dining room and a table for eight was quickly set up. One waitress handled us all evening wtih grace, humor and excellent service. She didn't blink when we asked for five separate checks, even when all the parties weren't seated together at the table. We all agreed our dinners -- quite an assortment -- were excellent. The place was also quite attractive. After we told local relatives, several piped up that they, too, enjoyed it and contrasted it favorably with the Italian chain restaurant next door. An excellent choice!
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