We were very hungry and looking forward to some good food when we went in ... that's pretty much where it all started going bad.
It took at least fifty minutes to get our food - and it was spaghetti and pizza!
The pizza sauce made my youngest boy feel sick to his stomach and our spaghetti sauce was awful, too.
I tried to talk to the owner, Al Midgin, who was completely rude and told me he had ""the best pizza in town."" Then he walked away. That was a good final touch to the worst restaurant experience I've ever had.
Thanks, Al, for making it memorable!