Nice restaurant for a romantic meal since it is rather dimly lit. It's a bit small, so I can imagine that on weekends it gets very crowded (it was already nearly full on a a random weeknight). Service is very friendly and attentive. The portions are huge, so while they are on the expensive side you can also count on having lunch for the next day. The veal marsala was tasty but a bit too sweet (entrees come with your choice of pasta). The Fusilli Maria was excellent, cooked perfectly al dente. The fusilli is homemade, and for an extra fee you can upgrade the side pastas with your entree to the fusilli. They also have a homemade tomato basil spaghetti. The wine menu is not too impressive. Parking can be a pain depending on what time of day (street parking only).