I've always wanted to go to Ovidio's and finally went on New Year's Eve 2008. The restaurant has an old-world Italian restaurant look and usually has quite a few cars in the parking lot. I decided to try Ovidio's because I had an Entertainment coupon which was not honored (due to holiday season). We were seated quickly and the waitress was friendly. The restaurant was well-lit and clean. The menu was relatively pricey and my food portion was small ($24.00 for 7 raviollis). My date had a combination of lasagne, spaghetti, one meatball and two raviollis. That plate was about $17.00. My plate, the seafood raviolli, was quite good but not worth the price. I certainly did not leave full. The other plate was hefty in quantity but rather tasteless. The food was served quickly as there were only two other tables being served, and wasn't ""hot out of the oven"" but not cold. So, after ordering the two plates with two waters and tip, the bill was just over $50.00 and was disappointing. I've heard the food used to be better but the restaurant may have changed hands. Overall, I wouldn't recommend Ovidio's. A better choice would be Diccico's restaurant even though the marinara sauce seems to be extremely salty.
Pros: Clean, cute restaurant
Cons: Overpriced, low quality