The meal overall was good...the bruschetta was tasty but only came with 4 pieces of toast, so my criticism would be a few more pieces of toast would help. They do give you a bread basket, so we used our Italian bread for the rest. We both got pasta dishes which were good, our server was very friendly, and our kids liked their quesadillas and macaroni & cheese (not Kraft, it seemed to have a house cheese blend on it with some pepper, so I'd ask for it without the pepper). We also got dessert, a cannoli and the oreo pie, of which the cannoli was better; the kid's meals came with a scoop of ice cream.
We were pleasantly surprised when the bill came that the kid's meals were removed as on Sunday's kids eat free, so try to go on a Sunday if you have kids. On occasion they've had live music (we've eaten here before), which is always a nice treat too. They take reservations, and we were seated immediately so that was nice.
Definitely give them a chance on your next occasion to dine out!