I am surprised that this restaurant is not higher in the ratings than it is. My husband and I ate lunch there and I was highly impressed. We both had a small Cesare salad which was good...none of those horrible commercial croutons! I had the goat cheese ravioli. These were wonderful. The pasta tasted hand made with a delicate goat cheese filling. There were topped with a marinara sauce with a pleasant acidity and then drizzled with some pesto.
My husband had the butternut squash agnoloti. These had a wonderful balance of sweet, salty, and rich between the squash filling, bacon, and butter.
I'll be back, again & again.
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