Dined here with a friend on a Saturday evening. Didn't have reservations, but we were seated after a short wait. A small basket of french bread slices is served with an olive oil and red pepper pesto. The bread was only OK, saved by the pesto. I had the spaghetti and meatballs and substituted the walnut pear salad for the Bistro (house) salad. Fig vinaigrette dressing was interesting and made for a nice combination with the sugar coated walnuts, gorgonzola and thin slices of pear atop mixed field greens and lettuce. The spaghetti and meatballs was good. The two large meatballs had a mozzarella cheese filling. There was enough to take home and have leftovers the next day. My friend had the chicken marsala, which was very good. The restaurant is small, in a house that is also a B&B, and has a relaxed atmosphere. Do not be in a hurry dining here- the food arrives at a leisurely pace.
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