Great dishes...carpaccio with arugula and parmigiano, ravioli with pesto, shrimp spiedini, lamp chops. Oh, and the pizza... Bruno, who is from the island of Sardinia, takes his art/craft of making thin-crust pizza ever so seriously. His could very well be the best pizza I've had outside of Italy. All in all, it is always delicious a meal with excellent service and a great atmosphere. It's no wonder the staff are always happy and pleasant, the owners can often be seen working right along side them, and will not hesitate to engage you in conversation about your food/meal experience. Or, as they most always remember you, about how your life is going (with sincerity).
Be sure to get a reservation...not surprisingly, the place is most always very busy.
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