My mom and I ate lunch here Saturday on a whim. We were downtown, headed to another restaurant, when we saw the menu for this place. It looked good, so in we went. What a fabulous choice. We split the antipasto platter (yum), spinach and atrichoke dip (best we've ever had, and we've eaten many), and the prosciotto & fig panini (awesome). Prices were very reasonable, our total with tip was $13 each (no drinks). The only negative was the peppers on the antipasto platter which my mom said were not good as they were too large and thus chewy (I don't eat them). Definitely stop by if you are in the area.
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