I haven't written many reviews because I just don't make the time for it, but, for this place, and to save whoever is reading this the unsatisfying experience, I just felt it was my duty to fellow foodies
Like many people that were there i'm sure, we were turned away from the olive garden due to the fact it's always super busy, and when we got to Coza, it looked nice inside and was just as busy, so i thought, obviously this is a great place too.. wrong..
it took about 20 minutes for the girl we ordered drinks from, we both got girly belini's.. which tasted like watered down minutemaid peach juice, but whatever, some places just don't make them good. so we ordered our dinners and started our long wait to food time. the free salad and bread was the one decent part about the meal, until the girl accidently poured olive oil and vinegar all over my shoes.. just put it on a plate like earls does, don't try and be fancy with an upside down cup. i noticed my order, the lobster and scampi linguine, make it's way to the warming area and take a seat while my girlfriends was just being started. she ordered the Spaghetti Alla Fra’Diavolo, which sounds great, but was not. our food finally came after 15 minutes of keeping itself warm and for the 26.99 that my bowl of 99 cent pasta cost, i thought i would be at least getting quite a bit of seafood.. i got 3 shrimp and a tablespoon of lobster. my girlfriends dish tasted like campbells alphabet soup..
if you're looking for pasta for dinner, seriously, spend the 2 dollars and get michelenas from the frozen section of safeway down the street, it will be 100% better.