Dinner for 6 with the family on a late Sunday night gave us near full reign of the restaurant for this our first visit. For the little town setting the place presents a fairly modern, slightly upscale look from outside and pretty much the same once you walk inside. It has a clean, neo-Mediterranean decor, a bit unusually bright throughout which would be one of my few criticisms. The bar area is closest to the main entrance and is fair sized, not huge but a friendly looking venue for drinks with a number of dining tables nearby. Further back are the larger tables nearer to the kitchen at the rear of the restaurant. Given how few people were there we certainly got every attention and quickly. The hostess was extremely friendly and charming, obviously pleased to be working for the Geno brand. Of course there is a fair but tasteful Geno presence with some photos, replica NCAA basketball trophies along with shirts and Geno's own marinara sauces available by the jar. Beer and wine choices were more than adequate including Geno's own wines and some local and national craft beer brands. They also have a nice array of Italian type appetizers which we sampled to everyone's complete satisfaction. We had meatballs with marinara, flatbreads, ricotta balls and stuffed eggplant along with salad. Every one very good or better. Our entrees followed suit with no complaints. We enjoyed freshly made gnocchi, grilled salmon, manicotti and chicken dishes. The marinara is especially good with this menu dominated by Italian cuisine. Steaks and pork chops were among other options available. Parking is ample just behind the building in a large lot. We will definitely return to Geno's.
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