We were 4 adults, 2 kids for dinner on a Tuesday night. The caramelized onion and gorgonzola bruschetta is to die for. We had to order more. I wish they could have just brought a bowl of it out with a spoon! The kale, bean, and sausage soup was thick and hearty, and the person who had it liked it. I got the spanakopita quiche and it was very good.
The staff was very attentive. My 7 year old daughter brought her toy rabbit and the staff brought it a little plate of carrots, and its very own little piece of carrot cake at the end!
We all enjoyed our meals and will definitely be back. This restaurant is a worthy successor to Ciao, the restaurant that was previously in this spot. You should try it.
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