Ended up here by chance with a large group of friends, when another restaurant was too busy on Saturday night. From outside it looks like nothing special, tucked away in a small plaza. It is nice inside. Smells absolutely wonderful when you walk in, due to all that steak sizzling away. Most of our party had the filet, which everyone raved about. I had a prosciutto/parmesan baci pasta, which was very good. Tasted like just made fresh pasta, not dried. They have seafood, Italian, and Greek dishes, quite extensive menu. We had also ordered a shrimp cocktail, for $7.95. Four shrimp! I expected 6 I guess. $2.00 a shrimp is steep, but we are in Ohio, and rarely get good seafood. It was good, fresh enough. Salads were good. Wines and mixed drinks were pricey too. Hubby said the filet was worth the price, it was delicious. Not a bad choice if you don't mind paying a little more for good steak. I will say that after we left, I could not stop smelling the steak/seasoning/garlicky smell from the restaurant, and realized it permeated my clothing, and had to wash my coat! Other than that, it was good and I will go back again sometime. Oh, and our waitress Vicky was very attentive for our large party, and very funny and nice!
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