We were original patrons of DiFebo's when it was a small simple house and we have watched it grow into a bustling business. We have fond memories of the chef making our children their spaghetti just plain with butter and Parmesan while we enjoyed other pasta creations. Our biggest disappointment now is that it is so crowded we have trouble getting in and on occassion the food has not quite been up to par just b/c I think they are so busy - sometimes seems too rushed and hectic too- not relaxing. The Friday night Osso Bucco is a treat and great value! We now visit during the winter only.
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