A busy restaurant for Monday lunch, filled with locals. They must be doing something right. While the menu seems to be mostly stuck in the '60s and '70s, the Italian-American fare is done well, the servers are personable and efficient, the prices are very fair. My wife had Veal Marsala and I tried the Penne a la Vodka. Both were good. There were several fish specials which reflected a wider range of options.
Would be happier with cloth napkins, but perhaps the paper ones at lunch help keep the prices down.
Bravo for serving Kimbo espresso. While there are other alternatives in the area, it's an address to keep in mind, and not far off I-91.