I looked at the menu and it seemed a little pricey but since there are no taxes in Oregon, well, that made it okay. I ordered the lasagna which came with salad and antipasta.
The antipasta was basically coldcuts, peppers and mozzarella sticks. Looked like something I would toss at my children when nothing else was available.
The salad, well, is salad so that was okay.
The lasagna is supposed to have meatballs but in fact it is sliced dry sausage. It was edible but not worthy of a second visit. It did come with garlic bread which itself was salty and dry.
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