Luigi’s is an Italian restaurant in Jamison Pa. Neither of us had been there before, but it was a restaurant I had bookmarked on Yelp. When I arrived, he was sitting on a bench, waiting inside. A very small place, and so few people there, we got seated right away. Although it was the end of January, flashing Christmas lights covered the windows, and snowflakes spinning on strings hung from the ceiling. We had to ask, I’m assuming Luigi, to turn off the blinking lights right beside our table, as they were fairly distracting. We were given bread, which we didn’t touch, and as we talked and skimmed the menu, “Luigi” gave us an in-depth description of each of his specials for the day. I ordered the crab cake topped with crabmeat and shrimp; Chris got mussels over linguine in a red sauce. Both entrees were specials, and most of the menu entrees range from $15-$30. We sat down for dinner at 7 p.m. and didn’t leave until 9:15 p.m. Service was quick, but we had a lot to catch up on. Chris had two mini cannolis, and I treated myself to a scrumptious limoncello cake; all of the desserts cost $7.50, and I don’t think the size of the desserts were worth that much.