Went to Traviata for first time dinner on Tues night. We were six plus one baby. Waitstaff extremely attentive but place was not busy. My martini was decent. Wine list was short but they were out of few things. Bottles were inexpensive. Each pasta dish was big enough for about two people. Got the eggplant parmesean with side of spaghetti. Noodles perfectly al dente, red sauce perfectly sweet, sour & acidic. Best eggplant and red sauce I have had in ages. Note that this place is not really haute cuisine and for some foodies, the palette of the menu may be too obvious, but for what it is, it's darn good and fresh. I live in Sheepshead and I would stop by this place to pick up eggplant for dinner anytime. My friends got a few more pasta dishes ""on the rocks""-- that is, with shrimp crab meat & peas in vodka sauce. Their dishes were pretty fabulous. Lobster ravioli was fresh and creamy, and not fishy at all.
Pros: Food, service week nites, inexpensive
Cons: not haute cuisine (but fresh & tasty!), not extremely romantice