The somewhat kitschy setting of checkered tablecloth, faux grapevines and strings of small red and green lights don’t prepare you for the quality of service. Whether you’re dining in the dark and boisterous front room or the more sedate and well-lit back, you’re sure to be impressed by the efficiency of the waitstaff. Children are welcomed with crayon-based activities and ample menu options. You’ll want to try one of the appetizers like rice-mozzarella-and-sausage balls baked in a breadcrumb crust and covered with tomato basil sauce (arancini). Of course, Luigi’s offers typical Italian fare as well: various pasta dishes, ravioli, veal or chicken done in your choice of Parmesan, marsala or picatta. The menu veers further American with steaks, chops and the ubiquitous slab of baby back ribs. For seafood options, you have whitefish, steamed mussels, Cajun crawfish, or fish and chips. Then you have Luigi’s exceptional pizzas. Complement your meal with a bottle from the adequate wine list or the decent range of beers. With both food and drinks, Luigi’s just about covers everyone’s taste sensibilities. Opens at 4 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays, opens at 3 p.m. Sundays.