Went here last night for dinner. I have to say that it was with much trepidation, because this place looks like the WORST kind of seedy bar from the sidewalk. But, a friend had recommended it with gusto, so off we went, baby and all. It was good! Mostly seafood, but some Italian dishes as well. I had a deliciously fresh fish sandwich. The batter was light and crisp, served in soft, chewy Italian bread, not the ubiquitous hamburger roll. The onion rings were fried in the same light batter, not at all greasy, and were thin cut. One of us ordered the veal parm, which was tender throughout, not at all tough. Red sauce was a little bland, however. I think I would stick to the seafood. Very attentive service, even though the place was completely packed.