Better than most with the exception of Mr. D. Brown who is the cash register guy. It happens to be the holidays and Mr. D. Brown rung up my purchase of $12.99. I gave Mr. Brown a $50 dollar bill. He bagged up my purchase and handed me my change. I got home and my money was $10.00 short. I looked for the receipt none in the bag either. I went back to the liquor store and Mr. Brown argued with me, said I didn't ask for a receipt, then printed mine out. To sum it up, Mr. Brown said "I tell you, these black people..." (Mr. Brown is blacker than me, even his last name). He gave me my ten dollars. Moral of the story? COUNT YOUR CHANGE! GET A RECEIPT! Especially when certain thirsty black people like Mr. D. Brown is pocketing your money for the holidays.
Horrible. Terrible service. Lousy food. Ate pizza and spaghetti. Pizza burned. Spaghetti and meat balls tasteless. Waitress unbelievabley bad.
A little bit of Italy close to home! Mama Catena’s Ristorante was a pleasant surprise. Delicious food on an extensive menu, which even included a “build your own spaghetti” list, made a dinner decision difficult. While I chose ricotta stuffed eggplant, my companion chose several items from the “build your own” list. Both dishes were fabulous. Proceeded by an apart if and a salad that was just different enough to make you feel that you were in a ristorante and not a restaurant. Dessert choices were more limited but equally difficult. On the other hand is there another choice than gelato or cannels? Add friendly and knowledgeable service, pleasing décor and plenty of parking to this ristorante tucked in a small shopping center parking lot and you have a winner. By the way the food is least as good as on Murray Hill and the portions are larger