What a pleasant surprise. We went for lunch and very attractive historic building and interior.
The food was excellent and well presented.
We had the Salsiccia stuffed banana peppers the sweet sausage and spicy peppers with the sauce great flavor combo. The Caesar salad was individual crisp romaine leaves with just the right dribbling of dressing,ground pepper and shaved cheese. They asked us if wanted anchovies which we did and they added 3-4filet s. Also had one of their specially pastas Linguini Diavolo . It was tossed with lots of big shrimp pieces (which we preferred to a few whole shrimp)and a spicy tomato cream sauce. Once again the presentation added to our dining pleasure. A tall nest of pasta topped with fried basil leaf and served w/tablespoon and fork.
Will go back anytime in the area shopping at the outlets.
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