Even though Rocco's is on a busy street it's easy to miss unless your looking for it or there are cars parked in front. Tucked in a strip of buildings it' can be hard to find the one way driveway to the parking lot in the back. If you enter from the back you are in the bar area, the front entrance leads you directly into the dining area. Either way you enter someone greets you in a timely manner. Rocco's has a good size menu and there is something for everyone -- from pizza & grinders to shrimp & steak you'll find something you love. The food came out hot, but not too hot to eat. Everything smelled wonderful and tasted great. The calzones had three cheeses, most places only do two, which added to the creamy texture. It was easy to tell the spinach inside the calzone was fresh. I wish they offered hamburger/ground beef as a calzone filling -- they use meatballs. With meatballs you don't get a good mixture of ingredients -- there is just meatballs floating randomly in the cheese. The restaurant is clean -- I didn't even see any dust on the plants high up on the walls. Their bathrooms are individual and tucked off the dining room in a small hallway with a door. The only slight drawback is the service -- while all the servers are friendly they are not all equally attentive. This would not stop me from going back. It's a nice little place with good food at reasonable prices -- stop in!
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