Very intimate setting, seating for maybe 30 in the whole place which is one room. My first aroma when seated was Clorox which isn't a bad thing, would have been nicer to experiance smells from the kitchen. Had the clams for apitizer and veal marsala for dinner, both very good, lots of garlic the way I like it. My family had entres from gnochi, lasagna to eggplant parmigiana, all very good. Taramsu for desert with an espresso, bueno! Add a bottle of wine and the four of us got out tip included for just under $200. Did I mention the intimate setting, granted I may speak a little loud, but I'm pretty sure everyone in the place enjoyed my stories.
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