Small Italian bistro hidden on a street populated by tattoo parlors, fast food places, and check cashing stores. Step into the restaurant and be completely charmed by the cozy interior. Service was friendly and efficient, food was fresh, flavorful and came out in a timely manner. The bruschetta on lightly toasted garlic bread with fresh grape tomatoes and feta cheese was a nice starter. The spinach and cheese ravioli seemed homemade and were stuffed with fresh spinach and mozzarella. My only complaint was the marinara sauce on the chicken parmesan, which was overly sweet. There was a thoroughly enjoyable guitar player and singer on Friday night. Would recommend this restaurant.
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