The atmosphere is nice, I like saying the name aloud, and I like my childhood memories. The train is neat, carving into the hot fresh sourdough bread, spreading on all that whipped butter. I like the combos with a mini individual salad and ice cream for dessert. And that's all.
The pasta is pretty much terrible here, laughable sauce portion to pasta portion ratio, the alfredo linguine is so dry, it's embarrassing to have to ask for more. Now it'd be alright, I woudln't complain if the sauce was amazing but it's far from it. So bland, tastless and not creamy. The alfredo sauce I buy in a jar far surpasses it, shame on them. The seafood pasta bowl is almost $20, the portion is too small and again not enough sauce.
Spaghetti and meatball is a blasphemy, everything is just so bland and there is nothing italian about it. Better just to open a can of Ragu (yah that's right, the worst supermarket pasta sauce you can buy) and cook some spaghetti and (dry) meatballs at home
Come here ONCE for the atmosphere, order maybe a lasagna, take some pictures and don't expect much of the food