We were wandering the area looking for a place to have dinner, and found this restaurant off an alley, a little off the beaten path. it was still early, and we asked if we should make a reservation, and the waiter said he didn't think so as it was kind of a slow time. We returned later on and the place was packed, which we took as a good sign. We were able to get the last open outdoor table. The waiter suggested a nice local bottle of wine that we enjoyed. We shared an order of cannelloni, and our main courses were excellent, with large portions that included a vegetable and potato croquettes. We were very satisfied and enjoyed our meal very much.
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