We (party of 5) were there on a Sunday evening. The menu is traditional Italian and the food was quite good (I had special lobster bisque and seafood risotto). My wife's ravioli was good also, although they went a bit overboard on sauce with both butter / sage and tomato sauces on top of each other. Others had the linguine with pesto and chicken sauce. They had a decent selection of wines by the glass. I didn't take a look at the rest of the wine list.
The restaurant is located in beautiful old house and it was enjoyable just to look at the woodwork, molded plaster, etc.
The proprietors were friendly and knowledgeable but one aspect of the service, which was generally attentive, was a major annoyance: our waiter insisted upon touching my shoulder every time he was within range, which was frequently. I'm a paunchy, balding 64 year old man and you can take my word for it that I'm easily resistible. Why he would imagine that a typical customer would want to be repeatedly touched by a stranger is beyond me.
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