Had a pretty good (but not great) meal here with my wife. I had the minestrone (very unusual, as it had lots of green peas in addition to the expected beans) and linguini with calamari. Both the linguini and calamari were well cooked, but the red sauce was a bit short on seasoning. My wife had the house salad (large and fresh) and homemade cavatelli with sausage in a tomato cream sauce -- excellent. They offer several $20 bottles of wine -- our choice was a bit cloying, but you get what you pay for. Service was pleasant but a little slow. The service issue has to be in the kitchen, as both pasta dishes were served steaming hot (and I mean REALLY hot). Very weird background music -- a female torch singer doing all the ballads that you hope not to hear at a wedding. Overall, a good meal, and I hope that the place succeeds.
If you own or manage Il Vicolo, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.