I made reservations for 2 for 6:30 PM on a Thursday night and we had no problem being seated right away.
Our server was friendly and helpful making recommendations for our meal, but early on seemed to want us to place our order quickly. She kept returning and interrupting as we were enjoying our drinks and conversing before looking at the menu. Once she got the hint that we wanted a little more time, she backed off.
We ordered the Salumi cured meats plate ($14, small) with the Gnocco Fritto as the appetizer, and they were quite good.
For the main course we both ordered the fresh pasta. With the pasta, you get to select from a list of pastas and then get to select from a list of sauces to go on the pasta--custom design your own plate.
We had the penne with Salisiccia sausage in spicy tomato sauce ($14) and the spinach, ricotta, and parmesan ravioli with the Al Formaggi creamy cheese sauce ($17). Both were delicious.
The restaurant has a very small, cramped seating area inside, and other guests and servers were walking past in very close proximity to our table, sometimes even bumping into me as they walked by. With its clean, contemporary design, there's nothing to absorb the sound, so it's quite loud making it difficult to carry on a conversation. In retrospect, it may have been more quiet to sit outside.
All in all, it was a mixed experience. The food was quite good, but the apparent rush to turn the table by the server and the loud, crowded atmosphere of the restaurant detracted from the enjoyment.
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