5 of us had an enjoyable evening at Vigilucci's. The host and our waiter spoke Italian (one was born in Modena, the other in Rome) which was fun, and the food was very good. The salad with pears was fresh and good, as were all the pasta dishes--the rigatoni Siciliana, the puttanesca, and the bolognese. The scallops with truffles in a brandy cream sauce were also very good. And the cannoli (3 small ones) was a nice finish to the meal. We ordered a bottle of the Vigilucci's red ( a blend of Sangiovese and Syrah) which went nicely with our meals, and especially with the parmagiana cheese they grated over our pasta (you could really taste the cheese after a sip of the wine).