Made our first visit here after walking by many times. It sits in a strip center that isn't the ideal location but the very good food and lively sidewalk cafe feel makes up for that. Inside is compact and on a busy evening the whole place - in and out is a buzz. People kept coming and you could tell it has a following. There was a piano player/singer joined by a mature Italian fellow singing the likes of Volare and so on. I think he was from the old company. The proprietor was there to be sure to greet each person looking for a table. Food was not your typical Americanized Italian red sauce on basic noodles. My chicken dish was extremely good with fresh ingredients and a unique good flavor. My wife had chicken Marsala and I had one bite. It was very good and not just a routine version. Service was prompt and consistent through diner. Prices were right where you'd expect - not cheap but certainly not expensive. I'd put it on the list.