Went for lunch. ordered sandwiches (Ray's grinder for me and Brooklyn hero for wife). I wanted a cup of soup (Italian wedding soup. The wedding is in the flavors of ingredients; nothing to do with bride and groom). It was delicious. I was already a believer. Sandwich was served on open faced baguette and hero was also on a baguette. First sandwich I have found in months that was not on flacid or soggy bread. It actually had a crust!!. Service was good and food was excellent. It is a hole-in-the-wall place that reminds me of neighborhood mom and pop places in New York. It isn;t classy like Terre Verdi but more of a fun place where you feel welcome. I won't say any more as I plan on returning many times and don't want to wait in line to get in. by the way, it does have red and white checkered tablecloths and a wine bottle on the table
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