Giovanni's is a mediocre Italian restaurant. The pasta and sauces are good, but the Alfredo sauce is super thin, although the taste is okay. Careful during late lunches and dinnertime. The last time I ate there, the salad dressing was room temperature and we were told that they pull them out and leave them on the counter during the rush. One good thing about the food~ the soups have always been delicious, especially the cheese tortellini. The service is as slow as molasses, whether you go with 2 or 20. If you want the best Italian, drive 15 miles to Marlow and eat at Guiseppi's.