Establishment. As we've stated, you can get away with taking a gypsy caravan to Luigi's with more than enough room to park and sit. Intimately lit, this restaurant's atmosphere is bar none. With a little effort, Luigi's could snuff out their negligent servers and stop charging for fountain drink refills and run away with the Best Establishment title. But alas, we had to beg for our bill after our waitress disappeared only to find we'd been charged for an extra few sodas.
Pizza. We're hard pressed to deem Luigi's pizza anything other than average. The cheese was alright. The crust wasn't anything special. The sauce wasn't anything to write home about. We can't quite recall what the topping of choice was, so we'll say it was forgettable. Average. Par for the course. If Luigi's was a hole in the wall, its pizza would have scored higher. Unfortunately for them, low lights, traditional Italian music, and complementary buttered rolls have a tendency of setting the bar a little higher than they could jump.
The bottom line. When you go to Luigi's, order spaghetti.
Hits the Spot: 4/10
Large Cheese: $12.95