I don’t eat pizza, so I’m not reviewing that. The spaghetti dinner was good, with pasta cooked just right and tasty tomato sauce. But the accompanying garlic bread was really bad: no crust, no yeasty taste, no glutenous stretch; no amount of garlic could compensate.
There are a lot of Italian restaurants in Catskill, so being in third place is still pretty good. I’d place Tori G’s and Angelo’s ahead of Village Pizza II, but not by a lot.
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