This restaurant is still very 70s. It doesn't feel like much has changed (though the signed picture of Nixon on the wall is from the early 80s, so maybe i'm off in my timing).
The food though was good, and solid value. The gnocchi was light and the classic chicken parm was exactly as it should have been. The side of pasta was slightly salty (also right on) and the homemade sauce was good. The bread sticks and rolls, also good and plainly made in house.
Despite a lot of cars in the parking lot, it was fairly quiet inside - it must pick-up more at supper because it wouldn't survive long on what we saw at 1:00. The atmosphere is also likely better at night. It's a dark decor and likely looks better in low light.
It's likely not a destination restaurant and it's the farther thing from contemporary or modern or trendy, so for goodness sake don't go in expecting anything like that. But after the much-hyped nearby destination restaurant was a total bust for us (hello, Culinary Institute of America) finding food a couple of minutes away that wasn't the DQ and that was real and tasty was good news.
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