After dining here for lunch several times and thoroughly enjoying soups, salads, paninis and pizza, my husband and I ventured in on a Friday night for dinner. The owner greeted us at the door and led us to a cozy booth. As the sultry sounds of a lone saxophone were played by a talented musician, we perused the varied menu. I decided on the Linguine Puttanesca and my husband picked the Spaghetti Bolognese with a side of sausage. Each was served with salad and garlic knots. The generous portions tasted delicious! We finished the meal by sharing a Tiramisu for dessert. We drove 55 minutes to dine at Chianti's and since we have never been disappointed with anything that we have ordered, we can honestly say that Chianti's is well worth the drive. Try it and I'm sure that it will soon become one of your favorites!
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