This restaurant is lovely inside, although it has the general feel of the Olive Garden (but more authentic). The prices run about the same, and the food is delicious. Again, I prefer the gnocchi here, and it's the only place where you can get gnocchi parm in the area. The booths are large and the ceiling is painted to look like the night sky, with little twinkling lights for stars. If you're lucky, you can see a shooting star here and there.
The worst part of this restaurant is the bread. They give you a nice oil and herb mixture to dip the bread in, but the bread itself is dry white bread. I would be hard pressed to even call it Italian bread. Once you go here, you'll never go back to the Olive Garden.