This is my honest take on this place. Both pros and cons. Not being from the area, I wasn't sure where to find good pizza without being to fancy. Looking online, I found many pizza place in this area and while driving through, we decided to give Valentino's a try. The outside is bright yellow so it stands out. Walking in, it's a little small but they were able to accomodate 8 of us by moving tables together. Not to offend the business by any means, the first thing that hit me was the "old" smell the restaurant had. That aside, we settled in and started with some garlic knots. They were pretty good as the marinara sauce was too. We ordered 3 pizzas. A small 1/2 sausage, 1/2 hamburger. That was basically shared with the kids. Also we ordered what some restaurants would call a margheritte pizza. I may have the spelling off there, but it's the sliced tomatoes and fresh basil type. Last and certainly not least, we ordered a lasagna pizza. It sounded odd at first, but it was ridiculously delicious. My wife who likes the margheritte style pizza raves about a local restaurant's pizza by our home and she said Valentino's was actually much better. Nobody had anything negative to say and it was all positive and they all raved about the pizza. The only other thing that bothered me is paying for each can of soda. That adds up. I definitely would be back and hope it's soon. Pizza was phenomenal so the smell and cans of soda, I will overlook. I hope this helps future patrons. Oh, the staff was really nice and checked on us and other patrons as well. That's good to see that they cared about service. Well done.