We stopped here for a late lunch after the ferry ride and could not be more pleased! We were warmly welcomed and the staff was all very attentive and helpful, knowing the menu well. The style looks like a corner deli and it does have HUGE, beautiful sandwiches and beautiful pizzas but we chose a caesar with their homemade croutons and plenty of shaved parmagiano reggiano and a light, superb dressing. Loving really good marinara AND noticing the cans of San Marzano tomatoes abounding as decor and for sale, we chose a simple spaghetti with their fresh pasta--supremo! and their quattro formaggi gnocchi --the best we've ever had. The servings are not too large but are filling and with a little warm bread drizzled with olive oil and some shavings of parm, we were full. The bakery case had some lovely desserts --traditional ones and some unusual. We chose an almond baci with pignolas dotting the surface. Oh MY! We had to take some home! Chewy on the inside with a slight crisp crust and the richness of a high quality almond paste.
This is a place not to be missed...not fancy, but very, very good!
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