The renovation has spiffed-up the place though it looks considerably less Italian than it used to.
They still serve bread with oil and vinegar before dinner which is nice. There's a limited wine selection which bummed me out though the wine chosen is of very good quality.
Portions are good-sized though menu selection is limited. Everything was fresh but the spice was quite subdued.
Good place for lunch though I would stick to Rea's, Olive Grove or even Olive Garden for dinner.
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