Yes, there is a Randi behind Randi's — and a Jimmy. You can almost always find the D'Amico at their casual restaurant, overseeing the family-friendly dining room and Italian-American kitchen. The extensive menu includes everything from the ubiquitous cheesesteak to carefully hand-formed black crab ravioli and cheese tortellini. But prime rib and veal are the most popular options.
We like the atmosphere of Randi's, classic but not overdone, except for the food. Two dinners out of 6 being sent back. Swordfish was overcooked and pototes not hot. Pasta with shrimp, suasage, etc over cooked with no noticeable flavor. As a gesture the pasta dish was taken off the check. This was appreciated but someone other than server should have made some overture or apology. We loved the music in the bar area but will have to wait to try the menu again. Also we loved the BYOB and half priced appetizers. Posted by Jane: Feb. February 5th, 2010 at 10:36 AM