Steakhouse in Massachussets in the 70's?
I know this is a tough one, but I remember reading about a steakhouse in Southern Massachussets during the 70's, (I think somewhere between Springfield and Boston on the way from Connecticut). It was written up in the New York Sunday Daily News, 2 full pages. I never went, my poor young budget didn't allow it at the time.
I believe it had an Italian name, I think they raised their own beef, they had 4 dining rooms, and it was always packed to the gills. Customers chose which room they would like to be seated in and waited to be called. People drove from miles around to eat there.
I know my information is vague, but like an old song that sticks in your head until you find the title, I can't stop thinking about it. I think I'd recognize the name if I heard it, but I can't find any information on the web.
Does anyone remember? I'd like more information.