I think a tourist would overlooks this place based on location. We were referred by a foodie friend, so we though we'd seek it out. The website didn't thrill me and my expectations were not high. I'd seen a few reviews complaining of slow service. We had quite the opposite experience. It was almost rushed. The bread they put out to start was decadently pillowy foccacia, with delish balsamic and olive oil. Then we ordered tomato bruschetta and a dinner salad. All good. The most wonderful dish was the raviolis. I had the half butter/cheese and half "gravy" which is a wonderful red sauce. My husband had the pasta bolognese. It was also good. We didn't love love love the wop soup, but it was fine as well.
The staff was helpful over our pickiness on table/location (we ended up eating at the bar area). Our food server was efficient and pleasant. We found a good sangiovese on the menu from a local wine area (Amador county). The only problem we had was being waaaay too stuffed and we couldn't even finish our food. My advice here is to think small when ordering! I would have been fine with just the appetizer portion of ravioli (or skipping the bruschetta/appetizer).
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