Patrino's Steak House
Patrino's is popular with the locals -- it's a nice restaurant that isn't too expensive and serves decent food. And sometimes, that's all you want, right?
The restaurant is family-run, which is entirely evident, when the hostess seats you, and in the meanwhile, the waiter/waitresses are calling her "mom".
The decor is also pleasant, with linen tablecloths, and the room painted in quiet colors; it's evident that many people come back as the owner and his wife are often graciously greeting return customers. The food here is good, but I would not describe it as great. Most dishes tend to run along the italian vein. We generally view it as a no-brainer place to get something to eat.
I've had prime rib on a few occasions, and it's always very tender; and to split hairs, they do seem to have a heavier hand with the seasoning salt. My husband enjoys the pastas, and his favorite is the lasagna, though I find it tends to be a little more oilier than I care for.