My mother-in-law suggested we dine at Bel Gusto because she was staying in the hotel where it's located, so we thought we'd give it a shot. On a Friday night at 6:30, ours was the only party there, which had me concerned. Two hours later, there were only 2 other parties, a worse sign still. The bean soup was tasty though much too salty, and my entree (linguine with a veal meat sauce and sausage) was very good. The food is considerably better than the decor, which reminds me of a cheesy Italian restaurant trying to look expensive. There was no salad bar, which was surprising because their website advertises it, and overall the dining experience was pretty bland. Not a place to take anyone to impress them. Maybe that's why it's located in a hotel.
Pros: decent food, ample parking