This is a small, family owned restaurant. It is not a trendy, upscale, flashy place... it is a place to sit back, relax and enjoy some good food. The decor is dated but the food makes up for any shortcomings in ambiance.
It is great on Saturday night to visit and listen to the piano, ukulele & singing of old, traditional Italian songs. The menu has a lot of variety and the prices are great! The food is delicious and the quantites are large.
If you want a trendy, snooty, overpriced, restaurant, this place is not for you. If you appreciate family owned restaurants and good food, visit Di Ciccos!
Pros: Food, Menu Variety, Value