There are just a few small tables, a gormet deli case and wines and italian groceries, but don't let the small size fool you. I don't knon wether to call it a Bistro, a deli, or what but it is the best. The owner and employees are genuinely glad to have you there. All the italian cheeses, meats, olives, and groceries are authentic and fresh. The menu is a wonderful selection of panninis, salads, appetizers and sandwiches.
If you buy a bottle of wine the owner will open it for you and lend you a couple of glasses. Then you can sit back order a little something to eat and watch the people go by on the street out front. They are the real deal on a real small town main street, not some fake disneyland version of Italian.