We went here as a post-Valentine's celebration and both of us thought the food was very well prepared. Prices for the entrées and wines were very reasonable and portions were good.
This is a small locale which I had driven by many times without realizing it was even there. The owner/chef was on hand and greeted us when we walked in. I had expected some interaction from him since he was on hand and visible but I guess he had to tend to the food. It wasn't that busy when we came by. The waitress was friendly but did not seem that knowledgeable and had to check with the chef for questions we had as to preparation/ingredients.
The décor is chock-full of interesting antiques and memorabilia which some may find overwhelming but I though were charming, lending a unique atmosphere which I much prefer to the typical faux landscape mural of many Italian restaurants. My eye kept travelling the room around us to take it all in. Since the space is small, it feels intimate which I think makes it a nice spot for a date or a dinner with family and friends.
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