Five of us went late on a Sunday night, and we were the only people there. It had only been open a few days.
The decor was pleasant, in grey with splashes of red. The level was above normal family restaurant, but not white tablecloth fancy.
The service was pleasant and attentive without hovering.
There was a fairly extensive menu of the usual Italian dishes, including pasta, pizza and meat dishes.
The complimentary bread, olives and cheese were good.
We ordered the house red, which was very drinkable, and sparkling water.
The bruschetta was a thin puffy pizza topped with very fresh cool tomatoes, herbs and oil. It was great.
Our kids shared the thin-crust Margherita pizza, which they thought was one of the best ever. Two of us had pasta, both good and reasonably large portions, and one had the veal, which was also tasty.
Unfortunately, we did not have time to sample their coffee or desert.
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