Been here twice for brunch and just got back from dinner at Paprika. The space is very cute, cozy without being too small. Everything at dinner was very good-to start roasted corn polenta was extremely rich and delicious, and Paprika's ""take"" on eggplant parmesan with a touch of pesto was delicious and surpisingly inventive. I had a special for my entree-veal ravioli with a sage and butter sauce, delicious, just the right size. Two excellent glasses of wine were only 7 dollars a piece, and the entire meal was priced very reasonably given the quality and portion size. Overall a great spot; prices are right, execution is on point and the food is just different enough from traditional Italian so that you aren't bored. Service was kind, not the most attentive but ok. Try the eggs benedict at brunch!
Pros: Food, value, ambience
Cons: bread is really crusty, but that's about it