I am a regular patron of this establishment (maybe only 4-6 times a year, but been going for many years). There are some legitimate, critical posts here. However, I think what you see is what you get:
Food - very Italian. Translation: could be heavy for some, could have too much olive oil or cheese or pasta for some. But authentic italian - best pizza, lasagna and garlic bread I've EVER had. Hands down.
Service - family run business. Always has been, always will (nephew now being groomed and works most nights). Therefore, it's not Lumiere so if you're looking for a 5-star dining experience where the table crumbs are brushed and your cuterly is replaced, go elsewhere.
Ambiance: Awesome. It's a small restaurant, and it's got a cozy atmosphere to match. Because it's small, don't come here as a large group. If you're looking for a romantic dinner for two, or a long-time-no-see dinner for four, look no further.
One of my all time favs.