Good dinner at a reasonable price. Attentive service.
I only had the bread, spagetti, and meatballs. It was all just average. Nothing special but still very good. The spagetti was just normal spagetti with a good marinara sauce. The meatball was not bad, it definitly had some flavor but it was not the best I have ever had. Decent atmospher. All in all it was a good place... More
We have eaten dinner here many times and always enjoy both the food and the atmosphere. It is a family run neighborhood restaurant and after one or two visits Najia, the hostess and co-owner, will invariably remember you. The food is home-made and always outstanding - some of our favorites are the arugula salad, sole, penne a la vodka, and... More
My wife and I have eaten here a half dozen times, usually for lunch where we wind up spending about $25. Dinner is about $60+ for two with a glass of wine. The food is outstanding, however. From inventive sandwiches at lunch to a variety of pasta dishes and excellent veal, we have never been disappointed in the slightest. Service... More
For beginners, this is an somewhat expensive venue for a neighborhood restaurant. $8 to $12 a glass for so-so Italian wines is an example. Starters and entrees are pricey with the latter offered without soup or salad. The starter was excellently prepared sauted calamari in a very flavorful sauce. The dover sole was also great but why was it served... More
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