The lunch menu goes from pizza to paninni to pasta entrees. The special risotto was very good (small shrimp, clams, and mussels) in a red sauced rice. The generous panninis were overly crusty, making them challenging to eat. The dining room is small, but very nice and not overly crowded. The room has no steps up, so it's easy ground access for the handicapped, with rest rooms on the same level. And plenty of parking in the lot outside. I understand that they are accomodating to large groups. They had hosted a party of 16 for an early lunch before our arrival. Very good service.
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