We had reservations for my son's birthday, so it was his choice.
The service was above and beyond in attentiveness and genuine friendliness. Ambience was beautiful - though the heating could have been better. We were there on a miserable wet cold past mid-December night. They had both heater on - which was coming from the floor, but a chill from the window above [some sealing could help a lot inexpensively] and there seemed to be a air vent with cool air from above when I moved away from the window. Hopefully they took heed of my comments, and have done some repair.
The food was less than excellent, though very good. Great salad and breads, and the very very light crust pizza my son ordered as appetizer to share - while not at all what I'd want if ordering for a meal - was nice as a pre-meal item.
Son ordered the basic linguini and meatballs, and seemed happy - ate it all.
If memory serves right, my daughter ordered a dish with chicken, potatoes and vegetables, and enjoyed it.
I had the shrimp with linguini in marinara, because I can not eat peppers, and they were accommodating to change it up for me. The shrimp were large and delicious. However, I found the sauce not the best... hard to explain that it was not as light as I'd like - and while I don't like over-seasoned sauces, not seasoned enough for a mid-heavy sauce... seemed to be sweet tomato alone, no garlic [though I'd mentioned garlic was fine. But I was glad it was not salty. I also found the linguini a bit heavy. But since we'd had the pizza, I was satisfied to not eat it all.
Unfortunately we missed out on trying desserts - most of which sounded most appealing - because we had a handmade birthday cake waiting at the house.
For the prices here, I think this place can upgrade on working toward sauces and pasta perfection, being an Italian focused restaurant, everything should be at least a level higher quality than one can make from a jar at home.
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