I do like the food. I like their pizza with pepperonis that are crisped until they start to curl and really brown on the edges. I like the flavor of the sauce, the warm garlic breadsticks and the homemade creamy Italian salad dressing. I never order anything different.\r
But their prices are high, they do charge extra for everything - even extra sauce on the pizza. I believe the person who said it was ten cents per extra olive on the salad. With their prices, they should be able to afford to throw in a few extras. Service can be good, but at times it has been horrible. When my daughter was six, she came to the conclusion that they call them waiters because they're always making you wait and wait and wait. Out of the mouth of babes.....\r
They have Banquet rooms downstairs which I think really helps them maintain their business. It's a very large restaurant that can accommodate numerous large groups at once and I've never had to wait. My son is on a swim team at a local school and both the boys and girls teams host their annual banquets here. Banquet pricing is pretty good, but can you believe that they won't donate any food for these teams annual fundraiser? We have a 24 hour swimathon once a year and many, many local restaurants donate food to help feed the swimmers, but not the one place that hosts the annual banquets. If I can have any influence in the upcoming years, I'll push to have the banquets moved to Farina's in Berkley where they have consistently donated food to the swimathon even though the banquets aren't held there.
Pros: Restaurant and parking lot size, taste
Cons: Pricing, charging extra for everything, not donating to the community