We had minestrone soup and chicken cacciatore. Both were very good. There were other niceties. For example as you look at the menu they bring a bruschetta for each. The bread brought to the table was oven warm and the oil decanter on the table has delightfully peppery oil for dipping. This is a small place without a view of the outside - which adds to the "transporting" quality of the food and experience. I don't think you can go wrong here.
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