The initial experience was viewing and smelling the busy open kitchen while walking to our seats. The ambiance was bustling and cozy but not crowded. The menu provided a wide and interesting selection of Italian classics. Our table enjoyed calamari fritti, a fine antipasto plate, a butternut squash ravioli called "autumn harvest agnolotti," a moist salmon romano, and a chicken and pepperoni fra diavolo pizza baked in an 800-degree oven. Since we have relatives in the area (who recommended this restaurant), we'll be back.
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