My family and I recently went to try this place out. We all love Italian food. It starts out nice, the place has loads of atmosphere, with dark furnishings and lace curtains, one of the eating areas has a large fieldstone mock fireplace. The place is huge inside but it feels cozy once you've sat down. The servers are attentive for the most part but seemed very busy. We tried the spinach artichoke appetizer which I liked but my kids didn't. They liked the bread that came with it though. Our entrees included lasagna, eggplant parmigiana, and chicken alfredo. The lasagna and chicken alfredo were delicious. On the other hand, the eggplant parmigiana was putting up a fight, it was tough! (I didn't win and ended up leaving most of it.) Overall it wasn't too bad. It beat waiting over an hour to get a seat at Olive Garden but I sure missed Olive Garden's yummy salad and soft bread sticks.