Quaint long and narrow restaurant with a small bar and Italian charm. Looks like an old fashioned place with the white and black tiles on the floor. By far, the best Veal Marsala we've ever had. I had the chicken cordon blue, which was a special and also excellent. The Caesar salad and croutons were really great too including the freshly grated Parmesan cheese. For dessert we had the Ricotta Cheese Cake, which is authentic Italian fare. It was perfect, dense and dry, genuinely Italian. If you like New York creamy cheesecake, this is NOT the one for you. If you enjoy Italian, this is your neighborhood spot. We loved it and Guillermo is a great waiter and treated us very well.
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