Must try when in town. All the pastas are made fresh in house and you can taste the difference. Will return next trip.
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My wife and I stopped here after a WVU football game. No wait and the food was prepared quickly. Great service. I had chicken parm and my wife had spaghetti and meatballs. How is this place ranked the 12th best restaurant in town? I'm eaten...More
This is the place to get some delicious Italian cooking. The wheat bread calzones, are amazing and so are their famous garlic butter drenched dinner rolls. The atmosphere is nice and relaxing. I enjoy the original paintings they decorate with. Can't recommend this enough,
We had delicious fresh pasta with homemade pesto sauce . They were happy to combine it with the primavera vegetable sauce. With this pasta camr salad or soup. The soup was a delicious italian vegetable soup, hearty and fresh also. One of us had whole...More
Spoke with one of the chefs recently... come to find out NONE of the pasta is freshly made in house! He said the closest you can get to homemade is the lasagna. Pretty sad since this is specifically mentioned in the menu. Overall, don't waste...More
This restaurant is easy to get to and the food is great! They also have several Italian Beers to go along with your pasta! I would recommend getting there early because the place fills up fast. The only negative I saw was that they seem...More
If you love a home style mean and pasta, this is the place for you. They bring you fresh baked loaf of bread with oil and spices. The pasta and sauces are delicious. Better than the chain restaurants that most people are used to for...More
Good food. Great service. The Italian pasta sauce was very good. The loaf of bread in warm butter was nice. Good salads. Would definitely return.