We can't imagine why anyone would rate this restaurant anything but 5 star. I guess the DC area has it's share of know-it-alls who think the world is a perfect place created just for them to savor every experience to their individual expectations. For a very experienced traveler who has had a lifetime of good-better-best experiences, Villa Mozart ranks up with the best. The menu is mostly northern Italian, which some may not know the distinction is due to close borders with countries whose larder is based on it's particular local availabilities. This translates to Chef Andrea being a big supporter of locally produced foods, from vegetables to some of his cheeses. The baked goods are from his kitchen and all the pasta is his own making. The creativity of the plates stays true to the genesis of his experience and this may not be apparent to some of the less-sophisticated diners. We found the menu, including a smallish wine selection, to be fairly priced. Too bad a little more effort couldn't add to the choices. Service was excellent, attentive but not hovering and just a perfect pace for a busy Saturday night. We will return with guests the next time in the area.