This unpretentious, charming restaurant was a completly satisfying experience from my very first visit. The service is first rate and the spaghetti bolognese, my secret test of Italian restaurants, is as good as any I've had in Italy. The space is intimate, even a bit cramped, unless you are fortunate enough to be seated in one of the comfortable booths. I've become a regular and have found the pasta to always be fresh and delicious and the fish and meat dishes always up to par. If you've got room order the tiramasu....
Pros: service, location, wine list
Cons: limited seating, no liquor