One of the finer Italian restaurants in the area.
There are few negatives I can say about this restaurant. Before I first tried Cucina Alessi, I didn't think much of the place because it was the restaurant next to a Wegmans (which happens to be the best supermarket in this area!). I thought it would just be another run-of-the-mill pizza place, but one day I actually ventured in and tried it.
Boy was I wrong.
It is a pizza place in the front, but a much more classy one than the norm. Then in the back, or rather the other room, is a beautiful, wide open, subdued, atmospheric Italian restaurant.
The menu is large and features tremendous variety. The bread served with the entrees is terrific. The salads are fresh and the dressings seem home made. The entrees are massive and delicious. The service is quick and efficient. The prices are decent.
What else could you want?
Don't judge a book by its very average looking cover. Inside lies a book with immense depth.
Check this one out!