This mom and pop Italian hole in the wall is a great place to grab a quick informal and inexpensive bite to eat. It isn't fine dining but the food is perfectly acceptable and the service is always friendly. Because this is a low key restaurant, don't expect extravagant decor, flatware, or silverware. The booths are red vinyl and think fancy pizza hut for Italian decoration. The restaurant is often staffed by the local high school students. The food lacks presentation but is always fresh, hot, and tasty. They provide yummy hot garlic rolls when you sit down but the salads kinda suck as they usually drowned in dressing. We've gone there on Friday and Saturday nights and have not had to wait.