From the moment we stepped inside the garlic-perfumed, bustling restaurant, a cloak of contentment draped invisibly over our shoulders. The table wasn't ready, so we sat at the bar overlooking the busy kitchen. It was so much fun to watch, the wait time slipped by. It was cold outside so we opted for pastas, which were impeccably spiced. Great carpaccio and friendly waitstaff all made for a pleasant evening.
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