Or maybe it is in Tacoma, but the area is called "Parkland". The restaurant is in a converted house, quaintly and tastefully done, with rustic tables and chairs. No bar but a reasonably long wine list which was not a frequently-encountered outrageous profit center for the restaurant. We had, between us, a bottle of excellent prosecco, house salad, scallops with tarragon in a white sauce, and rigatoni bolognase with some added goodies on top including saved reggiano. This was followed by a dessert cnanoli. I thought the salad was great, my wife thought it was slightly too vinegar-y. Both the scallops and rigatoni were outstanding and served HOT - a big item for me. The cannoli did not have standard cannoli filling but rather a concoction of mostly whipped cream, I think; very light and very good - not too sweet. A little oddly there was a $2 charge for "extra bread" listed on the menu, but we weren't charged for it. Although some would probably de-rate this restaurant on lack of glitz, but if you ask me, this is the best Italian restaurant in the entire Seattle and/or Tacoma area.
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