I made reservations for our family, another family, and a couple other friends (9 people total). We had no idea what we were going to encounter, but figured we should try it out.
When you arrive you might notice your table looks a little different. It's covered with a standard tablecloth, but over that is a huge white industrial cutting board that completely covers the table top.
They offer you a glass of Chianti, lemonade, or tea. You can order other beverages as well, but they're not included in the price.
|Bread and beverages.|
|My partially eaten salad, was so excited I forgot to take a picture!|
Then she came out with a big bowl and plopped down two huge piles of hot noodles right on the tabletop.
|Our waitress putting down a big pile of noodles on the table. |
Check out the napkins around the edge.
|Ladles full of sauce and meatballs.|
|A big, tasty meatball.|
|What a messy table!|
Then they bring a mini cannoli for each person. It looked small, but it was the perfect little dessert to end the meal after stuffing ourselves.
|Um, there was a cannoli there. But I ate it.|
VerdictA fun food adventure! So glad we tried it.
We all had a ton of fun with this meal out. Sonny D ate so much food! I think he loved being able to eat the spaghetti in whatever way he wanted. Toddlers usually have a difficult time with spaghetti noodles, but he did a great job with his fork (and hands). He loves meat, so the meatballs were also quite popular.
I would say all of the meal is completely homemade. You can definitely tell the sauce didn't come out of a jar or at least they've jazzed it up with good ingredients. The meatballs seemed like a nice mixture of beef and pork. The cannoli seemed like they were made with real ricotta and not too sweet.