We wanted Italian food; we got it. The place is tucked away on a road leading from the Strip, although they will send their limo to pick you up if you want. The menu was solid neighborhood Amer-Ital, red sauce and alfredo, good portions and a nice salad. Reasonably priced, fully competent and living up to the best of any neighborhood place I've been in. It seemed to be a local hangout. We saw parties and overhead table talk that focused on local issues, working on the Strip, and so on. The live music duo was focused on the Rat Pack songbook, but one very talented young woman (apparently on her night off from a show on the Strip) came up and belted out a couple of modern hits with great range and authority. All in all, nice atmosphere, nice food, and good times.
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