Angela's is a nice little place in Marnia Village. Usually, the "nicer" restaurants in town are found around Park Street, this one is hidden in the mall. It has ambient lighting, and tables with booth seating as well as chairs. Even though you see the parking lot right outside the window, the mood is set well that you forget you're inside a sorta shopping center.
The waiters are quick and attentive. The appetizer bread is probably the best appetizer bread I've ever had; I could have made a meal out of that itself. The dipping sauce, though I couldn't really tell what was in it, went really well with the bread.
The entrees are pretty pricey (I'm a college student), but delicious as well. I had the grilled lamb kabob and the meat was cooked perfectly. The vegetables were grilled well too. My friend got a pasta dish, which he also highly recommends.
Their boxes where you put your leftover food in are nice too. You can reuse them as tupperware if you're the type of person who saves containers to reuse for such purpose.