The thin crust pizza is delicious! Our favorite is zucchini, ricotta and mushrooms. The mushroom soup is the best in the United States, creamy and woodsy with a splash of sherry.
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We were shopping next door and decided to try this place. Inside was inviting. nice booth area with dark wood. we got the garlic bread(could use help. was just poyboy bread with butter and garlic). the salad was really good. I got the cheese ravioli...More
Good service (waiter opened a bottle of Chianit- looked at what he poured and took it back without us ever getting a drop and brought another bottle. Food was very good and the prices are not bad.
First visit, so had the lasagna/ravioli/sphaghetti sampler. Darn good meatball, but went downhill from there. Didn't like any of the three sauces. Ravioli pretty flavorless, lasagna ditto. Water spilled on floor and several customers slipped before they cleaned it up. "Bread" on the table was...More
A small hole in the wall, with great food. Lots of choices & very fresh. Love the pasta dishes. Looking forward to trying the pizza!
We went for dinner. We shared a large dinner salad which was big enough for two and pretty good with romaine, pimento olives, tomatoes, pepperoni, and cucumbers. Then we shared a pepperoni pizza that was large enough for two. It wasn't the best pizza I...More
A small intimate restaurant with great appeal from food to drinks and service. Excellent specials written on a charming blackboard. Standard menu with many choices. Excellent sauces, many kinds of pasta served with salad and garlic bread. They have a good choice of wines with...More
Three antiques-shoppers had drinks and a couple of fancy breads as a light bite in early mid-afternoon. Ate outside -- nice February day in the sun. Waitress very pleasant and willing to put up with our tiny bit of business (we were later than the...More