We both ordered a glass of wine. Me a house white and hubs a chianti. House wines run about $9.00 a glass and were fine if unremarkable. We both were going to have the Veal special. I ordered mine with the house salad while he substituted a cup of Minestrone for his salad. I have always believed that you can tell a good Italian restaurant by the Minestrone and he is a connoisseur of the perfect fresh bowl of soup. We settled in for our dinner and enjoyed our wine and conversation. The service was a bit slow, but we were in a relaxed mood and it wasn't an issue. If you are looking for a quick bite, then this is not the place. We received our soup and salad and while the soup was fresh and hubs enjoyed it, my salad was completely unremarkable. Just some iceberg with Italian dressing and some feta and a piece of salami on top. It did take awhile to see the next course and the waitress came over to ask if we would like the pasta course served with the main. We said ok and about 20 minutes later we received our Veal and a small side of Penne with meat sauce. The veal was cut into bite sized pieces, almost like they were left over from other plates and completely overcooked. They also had an off putting flavor that was definitely not fresh. Frozen would be my guess. Although they advertise all homemade pastas I don't believe for a minute that the Penne did not come from a box of dry pasta. It tasted like any home cooked box pasta with sauce from a jar. If we were at a $9.99 pizza house buffet, then dinner would have been ok. With a dinner tab of $111.00 before tip it was not good at all.
With other options for fine dining in the area such as Bistro Baffi about a mile up the street, I would suggest you drive by Filibertos. I can see it being a good place to take a family group for pizza, but not for date night and fine dining.