This was once the top Italian restaurant in the area, but no longer. It still serves decent food at acceptable prices and has the extra plus of being BYOB. It's not vital to note every entree, appetizer and dessert we ordered from the now pedestrian menu. There were no clunkers, but certainly no standouts. At one time the carpaccio and veal chop ordered would have "sung" here.No more. The kitchen has slipped a bit and the menu is tired. I can't vouch for the presence of new ownership others mentioned but this place needs to regain its zip. It's far from a loss cause. The service is still excellent as is the entire staff. The decor in the dining rooms is welcoming.. Perhaps all it needs is a bit of a facelift outside and more importantly, an upgrade in the kitchen and a bit of spiffing up of the menu
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