We ate here 3 times on recent trip to area. Claudia, the only waitress, speaks great english and was great fun for us. Greeted us by name after our first visit. The atmosphere was inviting and i quite liked the brick and rustic italian feel. It was explained to us that the previous owner mismanaged the place and didn't pay anyone or utilities. Because of this, the chef, think his name is Rosso, took ownership, along with his wife, who works front of house. Rosso is Italian, German and his kindness and generosity was one of the most unexpected parts of our trip. He had a grappa with us our second visit, on the house. 3rd visit he welcomed me by name, though he doesn't really speak english and gave us a house bottle of red. we spent 3 hours here each time just talking with claudia and enjoying. it means something to us when we are greeted warmly and hugged upon arrival. multiple fresh pizzas and a great bruschette misto. offered a rabbit special if that's your thing. my wife said the shrimp risotto was simply perfect. the red pesto was a highlight for me. prices are a bit high compared to others in the area, but well worth it to us. when we left we all exchanged e-mails. i recommended they establish a web site or change name due to past issues, but they seem to not understand. give this place a shot and understand it is only really 1 month old. we hope they succeed and will be back.
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