This was a very good dining experience and only a few things kept it from being excellent. First they have done a very good job decorating making for a nice warm atmosphere. Several tables are next to the windows. Its a small place with only about 15 tables but it gets pretty loud. A precious reviewer said the pace was "dirty" and I would agree that it could use a real detailing as the baseboards, moldings and window sills were pretty dusty.
The bread was nothing special but they serve it with oil so it passes. There is no bar, it's BYOB, but they do sell wine by the bottle from a local winery. The menu was very extensive which surprised me for such a small restaurant.
We ordered fried calamari which was excellent. I has the short ribs ravioli which was very good - not excellent only because a few of them were a little to aldante for me. My wife had the Osso Buco that she said was the best she ever had.
There are not that many good restaurants here with out driving some distance. Glad we discivered this one.
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