I came here with my parents after using Open Table to find a restaurant with seating on a Friday night. I was surprised walking through the door at how nicely decorated it was and the sounds of someone playing a piano!
We got the meatball and salmon carpaccio appetizer. They were both great. I agree with a previous review that the meatballs had a distinct seasoning in them that stands out. For dinner I got the braised lamb with polenta. It was a decent price and I had plenty of leftovers. My mom ordered a chicken pasta dish and she wasn't so impressed. The chicken had a charbroiled smokey taste which does not belong in an Italian dish-it belonged with Texas BBQ.
The service was good. Our waitress was seen a lot less often as the restaurant filled up. But, she was very knowledgeable about the menu and then wines.
I would definitely go back again!
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