I had heard Pascolo described as a family style restaurant but found it does not fit that description. "Family style" to me means ample portions and a relatively affordable price, so I took my father to dinner a few weeks after Pascolo opened. He ordered the cheapest dinner he could which was a plate of house made spaghetti with marinara and basil for $12. I had the eggplant parmesan on a bed of the same spaghetti for a higher price. While the eggplant dinner was certainly not ample, it was delicious and allowed me to have enough room for dessert (a $9 sundae that was also very small). My father's plate of spaghetti was pathetically meager....he's a small man and he could have eaten twice the amount plated. The sauce was also scant. I'm willing to give Pascolo a second chance, but based on this experience it won't be anytime soon. I love the Farmhouse and I appreciate restaurants sourcing local food, but I don't understand the scant portions. At least when it was Three Tomatoes I knew a $15 dinner was likely to yield leftovers.