We went here for dinner on a Monday night. It was crowded, which is always a good sign. It's in a little strip mall off the beaten path and has the flavor of a "mom and pop" restaurant (which is what it is). The decorating is consistent others what one would expect in a small Italian eatery; red velour drapery, with linens covering the A/C ducts on the ceiling. Paintings of the Virgin Mary throughout and "Homey" appointments in a space that is a little cramped, but not uncomfortably so. The wine list is decent for Idaho. Nothing high end, but one wouldn't expect otherwise. I had a $9.00 glass of cab that wasn't bad. No chianti by the glass, which surprised me. You could buy a bottle of Brunello di Montalcino, but again, not by the glass. We had the spinach lasagna, which was delicious, after a nice salad with candied walnuts and goat cheese with a vinaigrette dressing. Generous, tasty portions. I would recommend and would definitely go again.
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