We had stopped by Da Pasquale a few days prior to check out their menu, planning to stop back for dinner one night. The menu was very tempting, with many basic, and several unusual pasta choices, as well as pizzas and entrees. When we did go in for dinner, we did not have a reservation, but the owner found us a small table. The bar menu had a wide choice of mixed drinks plus many imported beers and wines, as well as microbrews, which my husband liked as he enjoys trying new microbrews. We were immediately served a round of freshly baked bread with a plate of olive oil and balsamic vinegar, which was heavenly! Unfortunately, I was not particularly hungry that evening, so we decided to split a Caesar's salad and a pasta dish. Both were very good and very filling, and very nicely presented. We were seated next to one of the restaurant's "regulars" and we had a lovely evening chatting with him as we dined.
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