I stopped here for dinner last night and overall I would say stop in and experience it if you haven't. My first impression was that it feels very old and dated. The dinning room is old and cold feeling. Not inviting by any means. The old tin plated ceilings are original to the building which would be fine but they are not maintained well unfortunately. The walls are covered in a really bad stucco/plaster job. I understand what they were going for, it just did not turn out well. They should've skipped the bright orange. The murals are beautiful and well designed. The floor tiles were an outdated type of vinyl tiles from a half century ago. The place felt kind of dusty. The food was pretty good for what it was, Italianesque. It was not authentic by any means but the closest thing in town. The pasta was cooked well and was of good quality. The porketta was tender and moist. The marinara was made in restaurant. The artichoke dip was creamy and a tad over seasoned. It was a bit salty and tasted strongly of granulated garlic. The tiramisu was the highlight of my meal. It was very well made. Fluffy mascarpone filling sandwiched between layers of tender lady fingers delicately soaked in coffee liqueur. Very rich beautiful coffee flavor. All topped with the lightest dusting of cocoa powder. Delicious. The price was steep on the pasta but low on everything else. I loved the family pictures on the wall. These really are the only thing that gives it a homey feel. I'm absolutely in love with the giant vintage map of Italy on the wall in the dinning room. The market was small and dated but have shelves filled with wonderful authentic imported Italian products. Ranging from fine olive oils to handmade pasta. They have cold cases filled with wonderful Italian deli meats and cheeses that are rare to come by in this part of the world. Mortadella, Capicola, Prosciutto, Parmiggiano Reggiano, Grana Padano, Fontina, etc.. How can you not want to visit this deli?! Overall they have a great space and ingredients that they underutilize. If they did, this place could be one of the best if not the best places in town.