We arrived before dinner service so stopped at bar for a glass of wine. Atmosphere is quiet and cozy. Bartender was cordial and after a bit of time, checked to see if we could be seated in the dining room. Service was attentive and prompt. Ceasar salad greens were crisp, but dressing left a lot to be desired. Squash Ravioli was good (I think there were 5 on plate, but dish was sprinkled with what tasted like cinnamon which was a bit odd tasting. Pasta with eggplant, peppers and mozzarella was okay, with a bit too much cheese and sauce, which overpowered the flavors of the veggies. New York Italians are difficult to please to most people would enjoy the entres. Nice for a more quiet dinner experience.
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