Wife and I had a date night last night (we're 40) and initially not too impressed with the decor but the live music and food made up ten fold. Service was great but the food is amazing. The bread is the best bread I think I have ever had south of the mason Dixon line. Seriously, it's that good. The veal parm was excellent too. The live music was fun with the guitarist. He engaged the crowd very well.
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