When we first pulled up, it was oh no...the restaurant is in a small strip of shops and is not much to look at from the outside. However, we were glad we dined early at 5 because it was filled by the time we left. They do not yet have a liqour license, so that was a disappointment. Somehow I missed that on the other posts. It is pending so call ahead to find out. We had a very attentive waitress. There were the traditional meals--veal and eggplant but a few novel items too. Portions were huge, so unfortunately we did not have room for dessert. Nice warm fresh bread with a spicy tasty olive oil to dunk while we waited for our salads. You could come in jeans or dress up for a special romantic date.
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