There are several Italian restaurants in the area, so being new to the area you kinda roll the dice and venture out. This is a smaller restaurant but you never feel too confined. The decor was faux Tuscan villa which was kitschy but fine for this type of eatery. We were seated right away and the service was relatively quick; however, we got there shortly after they opened so I don't know how busy they truly get during a normal dinner rush. We got the cheese garlic bread, Veal Marsala and a traditional crust pizza. All 3 were very good! The veal could have been another 1/4 thicker--a little on the thin side in my opinion. There are several items on the menu I'd like to try, so we will be going back (I'm a big fan of sausage and peppers--which looked tasty).
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