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Even if the meatballs are memorably described as "Chef Boyardee bland," the aim at Joey & Eddie's is to replicate a bygone era, so questions become aplenty: "At Joey & Eddie's, excess is the norm. But is the food really that good? How do you judge? By what we like today or by what we hold up as the ideal from the past? How much should Manzare adapt the recipes for today's lighter, more complex tastes? ... For the most part, the extremely well-priced food is good, not great. But should we expect anything more from a family-style Italian American meal?" Answer: two stars. [Chron]

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