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"Had a very energetic and positive waiter. Unfortunately we got off to a bad start because our food arrived cold; they were busy and he did not have time to get the food to us. We saw that many plates were waiting for servers to deliver them. We sent ours back and fortunately it did not take very ..."long to get them back again. I had biscuits and gravy with two eggs over easy, potatoes, and a side of patty pork sausage; Tressa had the “Cornucopia” which was basically eggs, potatoes and bacon. The fried potatoes were large cubes with (apparently) paprika sprinked on them. It was an excellent breakfast, and the potions were huge; we could not eat all of it. Also they were running a crazy special in May (honored on 30 April) which was that if you ordered any drink you got any entrée for $5.50. So we ate cheap.
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"My wife and I had dinner here on a recent weeknight. We were aiming for Vinny’s, just next door, but they were closed so we opted for BagaIi’s based on TA reviews. We were early so it wasn’t crowded, but even with only a few patrons it was already noisy—we asked for a table by the window which was..." better. The server was excellent and helpful. She recommended the penne with bolonese, and said the locals know their bolonese and come here for it. I had this with the (extra) Italian sausage on the side and thought it was an excellent meal—the sausage in particular was wonderful. The glass of house Chianti was very average, but you get what you pay for. My wife was eating light so just ordered a small tossed salad and the cream of asparagus soup, pronouncing both of them OK but nothing special. All in all I’d say Bagali’s is a good Italian restaurant and a good find in a small town. It wasn’t exceptional, but it was good enough to go back.
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