Senior citizen cafeteria for the snobby rich.
Holy cow, from the cattle rush of seniors elbowing you out of the way to get throught the door first, to the tiny tiny dinign room with seating of appeared to be 70, that you could not even hear the person across a small 4 top table, to the rotating rushed waiters, would all MAYBE worth it if the food was good. But it wasn't even mediocre. I got a chicken dish that the chicken was so hard it seemed it was sitting on a baking pan and then threw a not fresh nor appetizing piece of proscuito with a melted slice of american cheese that they were trying to pass off as a fondue cheese of some sort. My husband got a penne past with sausage, three small lunch meat style slices of sausage and 2 md. shrimp that he said were rubbery, with a chicken broth. My 12yr. old makes a better pasta dish. We luckily fore-went the appetizers and dessert, but even as a byob, for 4 the bill came to over$125! We felt robbed, but they rush you in and out so fast, because they only have 2 dinner seatings at 6 and 8 that I have had a better dining experience at Applebee's. STICK WITH MIRNA'S up the street or BACCO! The food is geared for the snobby senior citizen blue bell crowd then services or even good food.