Terlizzo's is only open for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. Some of the Twin Cities best vocalists entertain there. In fact, Debbie Duncan first mentioned this place to me. It is something of an experiment for Tommy Terlizzo and his family. Two weeks ago, a friend and I ventured there and were, sadly, somewhat disappointed. Although the entrees from the menu were very well prepared. Each item includes unlimited trips to the soup/salad and pasta bar. But that pasta was rubbery and dry and the salads were "overdressed." The service was incredibly poor (our waitress was busy talking and smoking at the bar with her friends). We'll give it another try but primarily because we enjoy good music.
Pros: Inexpensive, God Parking
Cons: Service, Pasta Bar