We had an awesome antipasto, full of vegetables, meats, cheeses, along with crusty bread and very tasty olive oil dip. My wifes pasta puttanesca, was very good, full of olives, capers, garlic, tomatoes, & a slight touch of anchovies, nice & briny, an enormous portion. My chicken parmesan was very good, served with penne marinara on the side, enough to make a nice sandwich with the leftovers the next day. Service was very good, obviously a family operation. Pizza is cooked in a wood burning oven, and sure looked and smelled good, but we were too full. Excellent!
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