Over priced and nothing special.
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Do you like authentic Italian? How about a great place to relax, unwind, and possibly have a glass of wine? If so this is the spot! The Red Pepper is cozy and the food is to-die-for. There is both indoor and outdoor seating and both...More
I have always enjoyed a dinner, alone or with friends, and no one has ever been disappointed. The Ravioli in a lobster bisque is to die for. The setting is quiet, and the staff attentative. It's a hidden jewel of a restaurant!
The building itself is very pretty. Very historic and the decor inside is beautiful. The service was exceptional and the food was good. However, it is a bit pricey for an Italian Eatery. We paid nearly $15 for a calzone and that was one of...More