The restaurant occupies a former home, thus it is quaint by nature. The servers are from the old country and were quite attentive when I stopped in by myself for dinner on Friday, Nov 9th. I actually enjoyed the somewhat cramped and busy atmosphere, as it reminded me of the many small restaurants that I've enjoyed in Europe. I had the tortellini soup, crab ravioli with a spicey marinara and a side of sausage. The serving sizes were proportional to price and all were very flavorful. The bread was also quite tastey. If you are looking for a quiet and spacious place that spends a lot on decor, this is not your place. If you simply want a tasty meal and not feel as if you are making a small investment, then give it a shot. I found it quite enjoyable.
When driving down the main strip on my way out of town I noticed that an Italian restaurant was virtually empty. SIB was anything but empty.
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