In 32 years of dining, this was by far the worst I’ve experienced. I’ve always believed you can and should judge a restaurant by their restrooms. The restroom smelled strongly of urine and was very dirty. If this is how they keep the room that all customers see, just imagine the kitchen, prep areas and coolers. Upon being seated we noticed a strange coating on our silverware. It appeared it hadn’t been washed or rinsed. I wet my napkin and wiped it on my fork and it brightened right up. My wife and I are both vegetarians. She ordered ravioli and I ordered eggplant parmesan. We both stressed repeatedly to the waiter, “no meat on anything, Marinara sauce only please.” The waiter returned a few minutes later and said they didn’t have any eggplant. I said just a cheese ravioli then “without meat.” When we received our food I noticed very small crumbles of meat in mine. My wife did too. I called the waiter over and said there was meat in our dishes. He said he’d ask the cook who appeared to be the owner/manager. He returned and assured us “no meat came in contact with your dishes.” After a few more bites I remembered my restroom experience. I took my plate to the kitchen and asked to speak with the cook. I asked him what the chunks were and he admitted that it was meat sauce but he would take it off my bill. I replied it was in my wife’s food too so there would be no bill. He tried to argue that it was just a small mistake. I told him I had been a vegetarian for 22 years so it was more than a mistake. I was lied to by the waiter who was told to deny there was meat in our dishes. It appeared he took out the larger chunks of meat since this wouldn’t be a typical meat sauce for most dishes. Some people may not see this as a big deal, but if this is how the cook/owner runs his restaurant, just think of what you may be eating in your meals. Leftover scraps, rotten food with the mold scraped off, etc. The thought should be enough to send you elsewhere for your next meal!