I recently ate there with a friend and his gf. He started out at the bar with a lovely glass of Rosamara Chiaretto from an italian winery names Costaripa. Then we moved over to the outdoor patio (It was a nice evening, gentle breeze and still light out). There we shred a plate of fried chicken liver with a glass of champagne (don't knock it till you try it). This was a delightful combination, which was topped only by the fresh made pappardelle at ragu di cinghiale, which we enjoyed with a delicious bottle of Fuligni Rosso di Montalcino. They have a very nice wine selection, mostly Italian and the prices are moderate. The crowd is affluent yet the atmosphere is relaxing and comforting. The staff is friendly and attentive. Definitely recommend this restaurant.
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