The stone walls and white tablecloths give this Italian eatery a very upmarket feel. The pasta was good but a bit expensive for pasta. My husband had the beef which was undercooked (but of course it would be in France). Though I didn't try it, the antipasto buffet looked inviting.
Be sure to request downstairs seating. Upstairs is a bit cramped.
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