Although I've read some of the recent reviews of the restaurant, we took a chance and stopped by on a Friday night without reservations. Although they were pretty much booked, they arranged a few things around and were able to seat us. Our waitress, Lisa, was attentive and helpful. The three of us were really pleased by what we ordered. The chicken saltimbocca was well prepared and the portion was nice. The two other pasta dishes were good as well -- we cleaned our plates. I wouldn't say that the menu was inventive, but for good basic Italian food we were definitely satisfied and would return. The decor was nice and it was remodeled after Hurricane Sandy. If I were to make 2 suggestions, I thought that the price was a bit high for the area and I'm not big on menus that indicate additional pricing for add-ons (e.g. add $1 for cappellini, $2 for xxx). Especially since the prices were higher to begin with.
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