It doesn't look like much from the outside, but don't let looks fool you. This place has been around forever and has the best calzones in the area. Highly recommended!
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food was good, a little heavy on the sauce, had the veal and peppers. side of pasta was good, but the main dish was a bit heavy on the sauce, veal was tender and plentiful. skipped the soup that was offered, had the salad with...More
Happened upon this family restaurant that doesn't look like much on the outside but OH MOMA! The Italian style food was fabulous. The place was packed, luckily we arrived early. Dinner comes with soup and salad and bread so don't over order like we did....More
Yes, they have a full Italian American menu, but this is THE place in town to get a calzone. Come hungry, because it's pretty big (leftovers!)
This is not a fancy place. Needs to be updated in the worst way. However, drinks are excellent and quick. Food is really, really good. And it's a true family neighborhood Italian restaurant. Their salads are super fresh, burgers are Huge! Specials are affordable and...More
let me tell you about Boscos, simply the best italian in the area. went there for dinner, very busy, very busy. worth it, service with a smile, glad to see you there. drinks are OK, food is plentiful. a must stop place when you are...More
Hadn't been here in a long time. Went for dinner and was reminded how good this traditional Italian restaurant is. Had the eggplant parmigiano, and with soup, salad, bread and a beer, it was a great meal, with leftovers reheated for lunch.
They are famous for their Calzones. There is a reason for that, they are awesome. My companions have always gotten different meals than the calzone and have been completely satisfied. It's an older restaurant, nothing special inside, but it's what goes on in the kitchen...More