This location is great, a former church with stone, wood, and tile with stained glass windows. This is the third Italian restaurant to occupy the space. Unfortunately, Naploi's isn't doing well. The food is bland (e.g. tomato sauce is really plain-Jane). When Goomba's was in the space, it was always busy... ditto when D'Amato's was there. Naploi's needa more promotion and better product to keep the locals coming in.
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