We arrived mid-afternoon on a slow day, received warmly and sat near the window by the lake. We were in soup and sandwich mode, so I ordered the prosciutto and mozarella with a beer and my wife a soup and the steak sandwich. They came in reasonable time and the food quality was quite good if a little less than authentic for an Italian restaurant. The steak sandwich was a steak between 2 pieces of bread .. really a meal in itself. There was no indication of the beverages available on the menu much less pricing, but the waiter recited a list of four draft beers. I selected a pint of Peroni.. and was charged $6 for it, which I consider quite expensive.
The service was satisfactory and the view quite beautiful. The restaurant is long and narrow with the first section (closer to the street) a bar and the back section overlooking the lake. I suspect these tables fill up quickly on busy nights.
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