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November 30th, 1999 12:00 am LIZ CRAIN | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2008


You want noodle-sticking red sauce, meatballs that could do double duty as slingshot ammo and freely flowing wine at a price you won’t think twice about? It’s all here, from the “Hi, how are ya?” at the door to the kitschy cobblestone-villa decor. This old-school St. Johns spot has a full page of pasta standards, including cannelloni in meat sauce ($10.99) and manicotti marinara ($10.99), along with plenty of other red, white and green Italian-American specialties like excellent chicken parmigiana ($15.99). Most dinners, pizza excepted, come with soup or salad and a small antipasto plate, making for more than generous portions. (LC)

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