As a transplanted New Yorker, I can be picky when it comes to Italian food. This place has some really great stuff. I love the San Marzano sauce with the Gnocchi, which is firm and chewy and perfectly cooked each time. The lasagna is also very tasty and well-layered. I wasn't big on the cream sauce-beef-pasta dish. Can't recall the name of that one. The bread is tasty and they make a house-made olive oil that is nice and spicy. These are on the tables along with regular olive oil (some places in the area require you to request olive oil for your bread, and then charge you extra - this place does not).
I've been here numerous times for lunch, but not dinner. Usually on lunch it's relatively quiet, and a nice atmosphere for a romantic lunch. Service is good. Full bar and bar seating area also available. A reliable standby.
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