Or I should say out of town, we don't go often enough due to its proximity to our home, but each time vow to make more of an effort. I chuckle at the folks who claim this isn't Italian as I am sure they rave about Maggianos or Macaroni grill. This is clearly Italian. We love to go and simply sample what ever sounds good, although last night we actually got a couple of entrees (to share of course) we started with a couple of glasses of white a nice aromatic vermantno and a "grecci" I believe, recommended by our waiter Jimmy, which was bright with a nice minerality a perfect start next was ceasar which as always, is light and fresh and topped with some nice shaved parmagiana, not over dressed and cloying. We then split a half order of the best lasagna in town, because we can't go there and pass it up. We then moved to red wine a nice chianti classico and a ripasso (think little brother of amarone) also recommended by Jimmy which was lighter than you would expect and very enjoyable. Entrees were a veal parm very simiple just enough cheese and sauce to barely cover the meat and letting the veal shine, paired with simple tomatos and greens but the real start was a pan seared grouper served over corn rissotto with crispy pancetta and dressed with a red pepper coulis. Outstanding! despite our many visits and our tendency to enjoy the pasta and pizza my wife declared it the best dish she has had there.
Great food, well executed, a varied and reasonable wine list (with a staff knowledgeable about the wine) Wander outside the perimeter and give it a try you won't be dissappointed.
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