Wonderful little restaurant tucked in the lower floor of an old building. Wonderful flavors applied to traditional dishes. Delightful antipasto started our meal, with standard fare nicely presented. Full of regulars the place is buzzing and vibrant, so don't come here for a quiet meal. Cozy seating with about a dozen tables and a few tables outside translate into a wait if you don't call ahead. Polenta with Escarole was delicious and light. Spinach and Ricotta ravioli in a light cream sauce was a delight. Ricotta Cavatelli with lamb meatballs was nicely seasoned. Tiramisu as authentic as any you will find outside of Italy. One appetizer, four entrees, two desserts and four glasses of wine =$144 plus tip. We enjoyed great service, but heard others grumbling. The owner Pi and his staff work hard, and given the tight quarters, you will need to manage your expectations. All in allagreat place to visit and enjoy a great Italian meal.
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