Pulcinella's is OK at best. The entrees are pretty bland and run-of-the-mill. You have your requisite spaghetti, manicotti, lasagna, chicken and veal parmesan, which are alright, but just about anyone could make those just as well at home--it's not worth the money or the trip out for any of those. The more "creative" dishes--the specials, which change daily, I believe--are hit or miss.
I've eaten there a number of times only because it's very convenient to my home--and the only thing I've really been pleased with was the pizza, especially the white pizza, which they serve with a choice of either broccoli or zucchini on top. We chose zucchini, which was really pretty good.
Randy's pizza, just across the street from Pulcinella's is better, though, so if you're going for pizza, make the trip across Hope Valley. And if you want pasta, you may just want to stay home.