Classico styles itself as a pizzeria/restaurant that also serves sit-down Italian food. Weâ??ve enjoyed subs for lunch there a number of times, so when someone said the owners made great Italian food, we decided to give them a try for a sit down dinner. Unlike some other similar places in town, Classico does not have table service. You order at the counter, and pick up your food when called. Or, in the case of our sonâ??s calzone, 10 minutes after the other food is called. The lasagna I ordered was probably one of the worst examples of this straightforward dish Iâ??ve ever had. The ground beef layer was just that â?? tasting like a crumbed hamburger patty, devoid of any discernible spices, or any contact with sauce or cheese. Not that the sauce would have helped; it seemed to be little more than cooked pureed tomatoes. Add a glass of house red wine containing several of pieces of cork, and I was wishing I had just ordered a cold cut sub and diet Coke. Westminster has a number of other pizzerias (Robertoâ??s, Mediteranoâ??s) that serve far better Italian food.