Being seated right next to the kitchen window where servers yell, ""Hey, they just got their salads; I'll tell you when I need the entrees!"" back at the cooks has always been a pet peeve of mine. In their defense, it's a small space. The place is in a strip mall. The tablecloths are vinyl. The glasses are plastic - complete with Coca-Cola logos. I thought the walls were cute and Italian-esque in a Lady and the Tramp kinda way... but the grape garlands hanging from the ceiling were a bit much. The food was good... a bit pricey for the location, but good nonetheless. I went here because I had an Entertainment card discount (which, by the way, has since been reduced to 50% off one entree). Given the Entertainment card's track record (3 of the last dozen restaurants we tried lately had closed down before we made it there!), I'd call this outing a success.
Pros: no wardrobe pressure, parking, focaccia bread on the side
Cons: they tried, but it's just not too pretty