Quaint restaurant with tiny dining room downstairs that probably looks like it did a few decades ago with a small long table shared in the middle (uncomfortable seats) and a few side seats. Upstairs (narrow stairs!) there a small dining room.
We had linguini with a ragu sauce and Fettuccini with garlic, shrimp, wine
Both were lovely, with the ragu sauce being a bit to plain for my associate.
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