I had a great time at this cozy place. Was just like walking into grandma's house...everyone was so nice and friendly. Who we thought was the grandma in this family owned business came out to greet us goodbye, gave us a hug. One of the waiters told us why espresso served in America comes with a lemon peel. It was one of the best, if not the best, italian restaurants I've ever been to. The food was so authentic and fresh. I hardly eat out for italian since I don't think it's that hard to make pasta at home. But you definitely can't make this type of itialian food at home unless you have your own italian grandma. The six of us ordered 6 dishes and shared it family style. I highly recommend trying their green pasta -- but all of the dishes we had were excellent (we also had wild boar, linguine w/ clam sauce, chicken rollatini, sausage and peppers, and some other chicken dish I can't remember). They had 2 different kinds of italian beer to choose from. And don't leave before getting a cup of capaccino and dessert. The RASPBERRIES WITH ZABAGLIONE was amazing. We had strawberries instead of rasberries -- the first bite I thought I was eating champagne! All in all, excellent place for a date or group gathering for a special occasion. Never rushed, excellent service, and delicious food.
Pros: Excellent food and service. Friendly staff. Never rushed.
Cons: Hard to find parking in this area.