My partner and I stumbled on this place late one weeknight when we were hungry and every place around us was closed. How lucky we were. We were graciously welcomed by our waiter with a bottle of red vermouth and two glasses for aperitifs as we perused the menu and then ordered. The food--and the house wine--were very good and v-e-r-y inexpensive. We lingered over our meal with homemade desserts and then coffee. Although the restaurant is modest and part of a chain, we would definitely go back.
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