09/22/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I am an Italian grandmother and natrually love to cook and entertain. There are many good American/Italian restaurants in town, but if you want the real deal you must go to this gem of a restaurant. Rightfully they have been in business for over two decades and that alone should tell you something. I mean the pasta is just to die for. Their mediterranean seabass is devine and dont get me started on the Buffalo Mozarella. (and no it is not from buffalo NY!!)
Last week my children took me to this restaurant for my 70th birthday. The servers were amazing. Upon arrival from the hostess to the servers and the manager, they all wished me a happy birthday as if I was part of their family which is something you dont find in other restaurants anymore.
The manager must have stopped by our table at least 3 times to make sure everything was ok. At the end, they brought us this beautifull plate of dessert samples with a candle and happy birthday in Italian! They all came to the table and wished me another 100 years!!
I could not have asked for a better birthday dinner.
Molte Grazie ragazzi.....