Overpriced. We went for a Valentine's
day late lunch and service was just okay. Friendly but late on arrival to our table and poor attention to detail. Most of the waiters were guys and we tend to have better service from female waitresses. It was roughly 6 minutes into our conversation before we saw our waiter. When he arrived he was friendly but overlooked small things like pouring the water for my wife. He just set the large bottle of water on the table they give everyone and walked away. My wife clearly said she just wanted water so as a courtesy to her when he left I poured it for her. We were one of 7 couples in a huge restaurant and probably his only table at the time.
The cost of the lunch was $33. My wife's meal was $15 and it was their house pasta special... nothing but pasta and sauce. We felt that should have been $10 at the most and both agreed we make better pasta at home. We like to be impressed by better food than we could make when we go out to eat. Neither of us cared to finish our meal. We definitely won't be back just because they are charging fine dining prices and delivering fast food quality service. I am not exaggerating when I say that I have had better service and more attention to detail at the Chik Fila in Littleton than at this restaurant.
Performing chefs cook up rustic, home-style Italian entrees at this buzzing family restaurant.. In Short A boisterous, all-ages crowd of pasta lovers pack this energetic Italian spot, where chefs clad in white hats and red scarves keep diners wide-eyed by showing their moves in the busy open kitchen. The menu boasts family-sized portions of hearty traditional fare, from antipasti, chicken and pasta dishes to seafood, steak and wood-fired pizzas. Signature plates include grilled pork chops, lobster ravioli, and penne rustica with shrimp, grilled chicken and smoked prosciutto in cream sauce.