We were a party of five to celebrate a birthday. We all enjoyed it and the food was good. The DiFara special pizza could have been a little tastier--the thick crust was kind of tasteless and there was so much it kind of overwhelmed the topping flavor--but that might have just been a matter of taste. Next time I'd get a thin crust pizza. But the real complaint was that the although the food was good, it was not quite as described on the menu. The Brooklyn chicken was supposed to be topped with roasted peppers, but none were in sight. The Gamberoni Toscano salad was described as 'Grilled shrimp served over a kale lettuce, garbanzo beans, tossed in EVOO, garlic, fresh basil, red onion, grape tomatoes, lemon zest, roasted peppers & kalamata olives, finished in a red wine vinaigrette.' There were four medium-size shrimp, and there was a lot of kale, but I detected no garlic or lemon zest, few beans, and hardly any onions or peppers. Everything tasted fine, but from the description I was picturing more than kale, and I didn't get it.