We were going to go to a restaurant next door to Via Vino named Sugo, but it was completely slammed. We settled on the Via Vino since we were under a time constraint.
The service, the food, the ambience, were all delightful.
I had the "shrimp Diablo" with the house salad and they were both amazing.
My wife had the artichoke heatrs, and she just gushed over how well they were prepared.
The antipasto platter was fresh and delectible. I will make this my first choice next time.