Betty is the owner and chef. As one would expect, she has Italian roots (second generation). The food she serves here is basically what she grew up eating. Something I love seeing is a person taking his or her family's recipes and sharing it with others.
Several menu items are crafted into a street food-friendly aspect. Here, Betty calls them "wedges," instead of hoagies, subs, or sandwiches. The usual cast of characters are present, from meatballs and parmesan to sausage and peppers.
I tried the Meatball and Parmesan wedge ($8), which starts with a (very) slightly toasted sesame seed roll. Homemade meatballs using a beef-pork blend are cooked up, with a simple chunky tomato sauce, mozzarella, and parmesan.
|Meatball Parm Wedge|
|Very good meatball!|
I also got a sample of some Almond Pepper cookies. Yeah, that'd be black pepper, but I honestly couldn't taste such a spice in there. Just a well-made cookie here with crushed almonds.
|Almond Pepper cookies|
I'd call it an OK first experience. for now. I hope to be back. 6.5/10