If I'd dined here on a warmer evening it might have garnered a perfect score. Occasional draughts from the entrance door chilled the back of my neck on a night with below zero temperatures outside. Otherwise the food was excellent (I had lemon chicken with customized roast potatoes instead of the menu's linguini accompaniment and the fine garlic bread kept coming.) Two of my dining companions shared a bacon and mushroom pizza, which they pronounced superior, and the third had a vodka-sauced pasta whose details I didn't memorize because my own fare was so engaging, but she came away well pleased. A Killian's Red ale and a couple of glasses of first rate Brindisi dry red wine also were imbibed. There was only one waitress, a chef and a bus boy to cater to this 30-40 seat establishment which was nearly full on the night of our visit. Yet our server kept up with the demand and managed to be helpful and pleasantly gracious as well. Quite a feat! We were temped by a display case of cakes in many varieties including one especially attractive camel meringue concoction, but the entrees were so satisfying that we passed. The bill for four with a 20% tip came to around 90$ and we gladly parted with the money. Another time? Definitely.
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