The location of this restaurant is a little bit hard to find since it's set back from Route 17 next to the Harris Teeter. We arrived early, about 6pm on a weekend and it was just starting to get busy. There's outdoor seating under a tent and inside, of course. The table receives crusty Italian bread with a delicious, green garlicky-pesto spread in lieu of butter. The waiter steered us toward half-size (not mentioned on the menu) salads since they're large. That's really helpful to give a party a head's up before a huge bowl of salad arrives at each place setting. We had the chicken with a light lemony sauce with arugula and capers. The chicken was very tender and was chosen with broccoli; we also had a 10" wood-fired pizza with pesto, marinara, mozzarella and instead of baby spinach which was on the menu, finished off with with fresh arugula. It was delicious and again, was more than one person can eat after a salad (and the starter crusty bread). This was a really good meal in a friendly and casual environment. When we left, the patio was hopping and the restaurant was super busy. Worth it.
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