1340 E. Lohman Ave.
Unlike most of the Italian restaurant, Case Luna is very family orientated. Starting back in the earlier 60s, it served a wide varieties of classical Italian favorite dishes, some with a local twist to them. The diners have the options of picking a large selection of Italian cuisines from the buffet line or make selections out of diverse menu. Personally, I havenít tried their buffet, but the items from the menus are quite delicious. First, I usually get their calamari. The juicy calamari is mixed in a highly flavored batter then fried. The outside is crispy and crunchy, but inside is juicy and tender. Even my little boy canít have enough of it. After having the garden salad with their home made ranch dress, I usually order the Rigatoni Mangiami, a dish contains perfectly cooked Rigatoni pasta mixed with a spicy rich tomoato sauce, bacon, garlic and pepper. Of course, another favorite is the spaghetti divolo, spaghetti mixed with olive oil, garlic and red pepper. For the best part, the price is right. It seems each person can a plenty to eat with under ten dollars.
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