I feel a bit mixed about this place. My husband just loved it. Great seafood appetizers, great meat specials.
As a non-meat eater, I tend to get disappointed very easily. As a Sicilian, I tend to not like to eat at Italian restaurants, as usually my sauces and pastas are better.
I had tortellini last night. It was "okay." Was is the best Italian joint I've ever been to in the States? Most likely.
It's a bit pricey, but well worth it. For 12-20 an entry, you can expect some very good food, served to you by a friendly staff that truly wants to make you happy.
They make their own pastries on site, but we asked if they had some cannoli from the Italian Bakery next door. They served us the cannoli with broken bits in champagne glasses. YUMMMMMM
For special occasions, I highly recommend.