Have eaten here three times and food has been consistent. Once it was with a large party and they accommodated us well. The menu has some creative offerings in terms of the pizza - more like I have found in the larger cities back east. All seemed very fresh and well prepared. The hostess has generally seemed a bit less than gracious - often seeming rather harried/irritated and the wait staff has also seemed to be rushing. The food, however is worth it. Very interesting building- originally a synagogue then a church, there is evidence of those previous days including stained glass. Noise level can be high so not a reliable place for quiet conversation.
Bread sticks tasted delicious but unfortunately they are served with butter (not olive oil) so I declined.
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