Albion is not only the home of the Old Rugged Cross and Albion College. It is also home to some nice old Victorian houses,
Last Friday, we decided to go for a nice quiet dinner with just the two of us. We've been to Cascarelli's in Homer a couple of times, but never to Cascarelli's in Albion. Cascarelli's in Albion is over 100 years old. We really enjoy Cascarelli's in Homer and were hoping it would be as good or better in Albion.
The music was a man playing his acoustic guitar and singing. We were treated to some Bob Dillan, Gordan Lightfoot -- naturally, there was some Edmund Fitzgerald -- Johnny Cash, and some other good classic songs.
We shared the lasagna plate in part because we always fill up on bread and in part because I was feeling cheap. There was definitely enough for both us. I know it doesn't look like much but there two good sized portions in there. There were also 5 or so meatballs. The meatballs were great! The lasagna was okay. I prefer less ricotta and more mozzarella. But there was plenty of sauce so that more than made up for the cheese issues.