Standard fare is what you'll find at this eight-table neighborhood spot. Lasagna, spaghetti, ravioli... it's all there. We started with the wedding soup. It wasn't bad but had too much pasta and too little meatballs (one tiny one in the whole bowl). Next we had the pepperoni bread - not terrible but not great. For our entrees we had the Chicken Parm and the Eggplant Parm. What I found interesting is that they use real parmesan instead of the standard mozzarella you find everywhere else. The marinara sauce, however, tasted overdone... as if it had cooked too long. They offer 8 wines... all of them are priced $16. We had the Chianti, which wasn't bad. Overall this place isn't terrible as long as you don't have high expectations.
Pros: Inexpensive, Parking
Cons: Mediocre Food, No Decor