Parking can be limited in this area, as the restaurant shares with other businesses. We have never not found a space, by some miracle, but you may find yourself in the furthest spot from the entrance, do to the popularity - rather lunch or dinner. Walk through a glass door with metal handles to a host stand on the left, baseball gumball machine on the right and a bar straight ahead in which you would make it there in two steps. The front of the restaurant houses tables and booths alike. This is also the part of the restaurant the kitchen and restrooms are found. In "the back" are additional tables and booths, but here both are larger and you must be mindful to carefully step up and down from the booths. While black and white checkered tablecloths adorn the tabletops, old memorabilia such as gas cans, chicken statues, hockey photos dress the walls. The floor is carpeted with a low pile grayish carpet, which was dirty. Looking above ones own eye level, you will find wine bottle lights and TVs. The menus are made of a nice wipable martial, but the children's menus are printed on standard paper, with the selections on one side and coloring on the other; your standard four pack of crayons will be provided to each child, which are in a plastic sleeve. Your food is typically served on plastic white/cream colored plates, plastic bowls or white china dishes. This restaurant totes Pepsi products and usually has salt, pepper, parm and red pepper flakes on the table. While known for their paninos, this is an item I have yet to taste. Of the locations in Colorado Springs, this is the one to enjoy!
Hubby and I had lunch there today. Maddie was very nice and attentive. For starters, we had the bruschetta, which was very good. The balsamic glaze is very tasty. I ordered the chicken parmesan with spaghetti and a side salad. By the time I had eaten some of the salad and a piece of the bruschetta, I was getting full and only made a dent in the chicken and spaghetti. Enough left over for 2 more meals. The sauce was somewhat thick and made the food dry. Hubby got the Whoppa and said it was just ok. Looked like a baked chimichanga. Again, the service was great!
Super cute cozy place to enjoy delicious Italian food. We came here on a Thursday evening to meet new family members. This was a perfect intimate spot to hang and enjoy time together. The waitress we had was really sweet and took great care of us. Thursdays are $6 margarita days, another plus. Most of us got pizza. Which was very good. My bf got chicken parm which was absolutely delicious and reminded me of my parents cooking. The side salads were fresh and a huge size. We are glad they chose this place. If you’re looking for yummy authentic Italian food. It’s here.
The food is to die for! Loved the taste and freshness of it. Mud balls were so delicious I almost ordered more. Katrina, my waitress was very understanding and patient with me. I have a difficult time hearing and understanding things but she just smiled and helped me along the way. For the meal I had and tip I got out for under 40. I had a lot of food haha and drink. I will most definitely be returning soon.
This spot was kind of like a last minute spontaneous pick. We ordered the bacon wrapped jalapeños poppers, which aren't your regular poppers. Extremely flavorful. The bread was great. Very filling. We actually were full before our main plates came. Highly recommend this spot. The service is amazing. Eryn was great, was helpful and remembered us on our next visit.
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