We went here for lunch on the recommedation of other friends and were not dissapointed. While the rest of the goup had flatbread pizzas I had the salumi plate which I found out was an appetizer made for more than one even if you are eating it as meal. It had a good portion of meats, flat bread, olives, artichoke hearts, soft cheese etc and was very tasty. Homemade soups were great too. A friend had compared it to Murrietta's but it is a completey different class of dining.
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