This restaurant has been around for awhile. I love their thick crust pizza. The sauce is the yummiest I've ever had. I rarely go here, however, because I consider it too pricey for a pie just for myself (a large is over $20). Their hamburgers are priced appropriately, however, and are very good for an Italian establishment.
The decor is whimsical, and I love the candles on the tables which are made from wine bottles. The smoking section is large; the non-smoking section small.
The owners are very family oriented. Service is sometimes lacking, but the food is fresh and makes up for the wait. Their desserts are made on the premises and definitely worth saving room for.
A great place to take friends and enjoy good food and conversation....