We stopped in Winchester and on recommendation of the hotel went to this restaurant. We realized we ate here last year as well! A major storm had just past over area and temperatures dropped to 74. The restaurant had a foggy haze inside and all doors were opened. Server said the new exhaust fans weren't strong enough to expell heat and steam from kitchen. They were out of veal, crab and ravioli! We ordered pasta with putenesca sauce and sausage simmered in fresh marinara sauce over penne. Both very tasty. Restaurant was busy so follow up service a bit slow. We were in no rush, and enjoyed another nice meal at this location.
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