food not worth price.
I have eaten the food for about 3 years, it seems they have cut back on portions.
I paid 20.00 for veal medallions. they were tough, taste like they were cooked in water.
they were small. They had a small paid extra salad which used to be alway fresh, this time is was all brown, all end pieces, no leaf, the cucumber was discolored, this salad was looked like a week old.
It is a shame they have gone down, for that kind of money. I can eat at Danny Boys, and
Fall in love with this little storefront restaurant and you'll be politely asked not to linger.. In Short This local favorite is rich with aromas and big on windows but short on tables, a holdover from the days when it was primarily a takeout stop for the well-heeled walk-ups in this affluent neighborhood. Large portions of penne, gnocchi and spaghetti dishes are tossed in not-too-spicy homemade tomato sauce with Southern Italian ingredients such as smoked bacon and fresh mozzarella. Reasonably-priced appetizers and desserts are also standard-issue, here.