This restaurant has a very casual atmosphere. There are a number of booths along two walls (in the room we were assigned to) and a large middle area with multiple tables spaced comfortably apart. 5 televisions adorn the walls but all are mute and all are on different stations.
Food we focused on was traditional southern Italy food--parmigiana- various pastas etc. Those items were all priced in the teens. By contrast, beef and lamb etc are pricey rivaling prices in many costlier restaurants. The restaurant serves a parmigiana trio (chicken, veal, & eggplant). Nicely presented but tastes virtually identical to one another.
We were not happy with the strong odor that may have been parmesan cheese that permeated the dining room but we noticed it only on entering and not thereafter. We got use to it.
Pleasant, if unexperienced, waitsfaff. Busboy was anxious to clear plates prematurely.
A welcome surprise in the Jupiter area was the fact that reservations for two people could be made (and were honored) at least on weekdays. I say "honored" because we entered the restaurant at the same time as a few other groups and the maitre d' asked if any of us had reservations. When we answered affirmatively, he dealt with our seating first.
We definitely plan to go back. Bill with 20% tip (our choice) was $70.
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