We dine at Juliet's before shows at the Rialto Theater. The restaurant is always busy on show days. Make a reservation for sure. The service is always good. This time we had Elyse, who did not greet us introducing herself. It's a pet peeve of mine not to know our server's name. When I said something to her that I didn't know her name and I didn't want to say "hey you" when calling her, she didn't pick up on that hint and still didn't tell us her name. I looked on the bill to get her name. That said, Elyse was attentive, friendly and interacted with us. She provided good service. My husband and I shared the veal meatball appetizer, which is always a must for us. These meatballs are flavorful and in a hearty tomato marinara which is thick and delicious and served with slices of grilled bread. Yum. My husband ordered the spaghetti bolognese with additional slices of Italian sausage. If his empty plate was an indication, he loved it. I ordered the chicken napleteon which was a grilled chicken breast in a pesto sauce with caper, olives and artichokes sitting on a tomato polenta. The chicken was juicy and moist and the sauce was the perfect complement. The polenta was okay, not the best I had. It was the gritty cake kind, not the creamy kind that Davanti Enoteca makes. I prefer the latter. I enjoyed this dish very much. Everything we ordered was served quickly and piping hot. I ordered a cappuccino and was so surprised that they did not offer expresso or cappuccinos when they serve Italian food. Huh?? The restaurant has a large bar when you first enter with high-top tables and a separate dining area with a few booths and tables set way too close together. It was hard to maneuver around the other patrons. I have no clue how the service staff handles that, but they do. There aren't many pre-show dining options in Joliet close to the theater and I think this places handles all the diners for the Rialto. Decent food at fair prices.