We don't go out to eat as a family very often, but the kids were home on winter vacation so we all went out to Vincenzo's.
The place is very interesting looking with Van Gogh paintings hanging on the walls and from the high ceilings. Obviously Vincenzo is Vincent Van Gogh. I ate there three times before I got it.
The waitress was pleasant and nice to my kids, which always goes a long way.
I had the penne with sausage and peppers, while my kids had the usual pasta with a side of chicken fingers and french fries. The chicken fingers were real, not the usual frozen stufff. River had a ham and pesto panini.
The food was good, but slightly on the heavy side. The cost was reasonable with 4 people having lunch for about $50 including tip.
The whole experience gets an 8 out of 10. This is pretty good because there are not many restaurant choices in our area.