We almost didn't try this place, because the appearance from the outside looked really dated and passe. But I'm so glad we did! Our meal was terrific, starting with the complementary bruschetta--two pieces each of toasted bread, one with fresh tomatoes, basil and olive oil and the second with their delicious marinara sauce and melted cheese. Our pasta dishes were really excellent--they make their pasta in house, but don't tout that on the menu, as they should. I don't remember exactly what the name was, but my taglioline (?) had bacon, and was in a tomato cream sauce. My husband ordered the Amatriciana pasta, which was also excellent. Very good, friendly, welcoming service. Kudos to Chef Francesco Bono.
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