For the red, a bottle of 2005 Two Hands Gnarly Dudes Barossa Valley Shiraz.
The daily specials were printed, which village blossoms and gifts I appreciate because I can never remember what the waiter says.We certainly plan on returning to see if they keep up the excellent performance that we experienced last night." Tempo.On Goat Island, in Niagara Falls State Park, which is accessible from 1st.We skipped dessert (mainly because we had been there over two hours already, and the 8-year-old (not to mention the 1-year-old) needed to get home).On Friday night, 1/3, we returned with another couple for dinner.On a Sunday, and the place was packed, which should be a good sign.Soup or a house salad is included with all dinners, We both chose salads, which were a rather boring mix of iceberg lettuce, two cherry tomatoes, a slice of cucumber, and raw, red onion slices.It appears that they are trying to reach a broader audiencepre-Sabres, perhaps?" Taste.Our granddaughter had spaghetti with red sauce, which she liked.We started the meal with a bottle of the Justin Isosceles meritage.Reservation, and the restaurant was much quieter than a year ago.
We were seated in the rear room unfortunately were seated next to a couple of larger parties.
I would not recommend this dish to anyone and will not order eggplant again from Tina's, if I go there at all." Review from more than 10 years ago: MH, 9/03 said: "If you like Italian, check out Tina's Italian Kitchen in "downtown" ch better.The steak was melt-in-your-mouth good, and the gnocchi were equally delicious.Because this location is well-known to Buffalo diners, I'll remind you that it is small and that you must climb a flight of stairs to get to the dining area; some tables overlook the kitchen, which can make for a fun show while eating.They only had two desserts: their "cannolli-tini" (that's the way they spelled it on the old menu; the new one doesn't list desserts) and a bread pudding that is no longer advertised as being "New Orleans Style" (at least, not by our waiter our granddaughter.The only disappointment of the evening was the other woman's bone-in strip steak, which was said to be tough and chewy.Twin Cities Memorial Hwy., on the northern border of the Town of Tonawanda City of Tonawanda.