I'm on the edge with this restaurant. Certainly nothing great, but overall OK. Service and atmosphere is good, and prices for the area were decent. Perhaps that is the big draw, because the restaurant was busy on a week day nite. Don't expect a whole lotta pasta here, after all it is supposedly Northern Italian, but with only one Risotto dish. I had the veal special and liked the fresh made tomato sauce, but the veal itself was ordinary. My wife had the gogonzola gnocchi and it was way too rich. The wine list is heavy on Italian and very expensive. We had a Tre Donne Barolo @ $100 that we know retails for $35. At least it was good.
Pros: Service, Ambience
Cons: Limited expensive wine list