Expect good old-fashioned Italian-American food on red-and-white–checked tablecloths at this local favorite. There's lasagna, manicotti, veal piccata, and eggplant Parmesan, but you can also order your own pasta-and-sauce combination. Leave room for the spumoni. Lanza's isn't fancy, but when you're craving spaghetti and meatballs, this is the place to go.
Sep 15, 2006
The four of us in our party all agreed that this restaurant was one we'd recommend, and would return to. The restaurant is in an old house, with lots of family pictures on the walls, and the family history on the back of the menu. This lent itself to a real family home cooked meal feeling. The rooms are noisy, but with interesting lighting, and a casual, comfortable feel.