Tough to find something other than beef in the heart of cattle country, but this seemed like it might be a good bet. The restaurant is in an old restored depot building. Furnishings are a bit dated, but the architecture is nice. Service was very attentive, but there weren't many dining on a Monday night. The garlic rolls were good, as was the house Chianti. I had the special of spinach ravioli and a side salad. The salad was fresh, if a bit simple. The ravioli came out super hot, so it took a few minutes before I could attempt to eat it. It was very good, though. My wife had the salmon Siciliano. It was very good, but huge. The included photo was the remaining half after she had eaten as much as she could. Would eat here again
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