This restaurant is always busy, so we thought we would give it a try. The service is great. A bit tight between tables and a bit loud. The drinks were quite good as was the bruschetta. Bread and dipping oil great too.
But the main meals were disappointing as are many Italian meals in this area. The chefs simply do not know how to make authentic, slow simmered rich red sauce. The red sauce is clearly cooked a very short time and essentially tastes like eating raw tomatoes. The sauce is bright red...instead of authentic sauce which is a deep brownish red. Meatballs were average. So, this was a oncer. As an Italian, I still have not been able to find a single restaurant in this area that makes Sunday Gravy type red sauce like other areas of the country.
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