My family was there for Easter Dinner and it was fantastic. I love the fact that they don't rush you from appetizer to entree. Many complain that the wait between the two is too long, but serving the entree 5-15 mins after the appetizer is the hallmark of a casual dining spot and not acceptable.
Three shared the strawberry, rfeta, romaine and almond salad with balsamic saland and it was a fantastic dish. It was enough for four to share easily.
We had the lamb special, the ham dinner and chicken parm. They were served 50 mins after the salad, which was perfect since the salad and bread were just right. If he entrees were served sooner, we would not have been ready. The escarole stuffing in the lamb was incredible. The kitchen gave us the receipe for the stuffing and I will try it with either chicken or lamb at home; it was that good and that easy to make!
Ignore the bad reviews: this place is special. If you are a 20/30-something used to the new-age decor of high-end, high priced be and be-seen Boston Italian restaurants and want that in the 'burbs, you will find this old school. This is not the fru-fru new age Italian restauraunt with small plates for high dollars. This is a traditional Italian style bistro has the relaxed contintental dining I've experienced in both Italy and France.
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