Haven't seen Fiorella's discussed in a while. Thinking of taking a group there next month (they take reservations for groups of 6 or more), including my elderly parents, my even-more-elderly aunt, and my veal-parm-loving cousin. Good choice?
I had dinner there Saturday night with my Mom. It's a good halfway point between where we both live. It's still a reasonably solid red sauce place. I had chicken parm. Not as good as L'Impasto, but perfectly fine. Love the bread there.