This is a large restaurant. Very large. However, it is divided into a covered outdoor setting and an indoor setting. While you can hear the music being played and sung outdoors, the inside dining is quieter and has more upscale ambience. It is a family oriented place that is happy to cater to families with children. Many strollers are parked near the maître ‘d. We had the sautéed broccoli râpé as an appetizer, and it was deliciouso: garlic, olive oil, and a little chicken broth. An unusual dish for an island that has to import almost all of its food. The veal pizziaole was crompised of four meltingly tender medallions of veal, sautéed with garlic in a fresh tomato sauce, capers and black olives (you can modify the entree to your suiting). The grilled octopus(polio) in a garlicked tomato sauced pasta was also excellent. Average prices were in the high $20s to mid-thirties, although some special dishes can exceed that. A real deal many people were eating was a huge plate of spaghetti prepared in a large wheel of parmagiano cheese, that has been partially carved out to resemble a cooking pot. Flaming whisky is poured into the cheese bowl that has been shaved down in prep for the pasta. The pasta is then added and stirred within the cheese wheel. It is served with your choice of meatballs, chicken or sausage. A great deal for $22! They have a full bar and wine list. Also, a nice selection of wines by the glass. I would rate this restaurant four stars for service, five stars for food, and four stars for value.
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