This place has been open less than a week. My Daugher-in-law saw it and suggested the location to celebrate my first-born son's birthday party.
The place is reminiscent of a lower Manhattan lavish 1940's Italian dinner house featuring grandiose portions of Southern Italian comfort food in a warm, inviting, house environment.
Their "Family Style" dinning was the perfect choice for our party.
The waiters were very helpful and always available, professional, friendly and polite. We even got the tour of their fantastic looking banquet facilities (maybe next time when we have a bigger party).
Everyone in our party "raved" about the food; "fantastic" "excellent" "wow".
Even Ravioli's were out of this world; very unusual and delicious.
A great choice and terrific experience.
No "Little Italy" restaurant in New York City "ever" looked this good.
DON'T GET LOST !!
LOCATION is unusual since it's "NOT" in the Mall (as I mistakenly thought and erroneously drove around and around and around the Mall looking for it - - as "guys" are known to do rather than asking for direction).
You "MUST" stay on "COMMONS WAY", where you'll eventually see it as big as life.
I highly recommend this restaurant.