I ate here twice during a recent visit to Southport. and was knocked out by the wonderful taste of the lasagna and the friend ravioli bruschetta. If your Mom's name was Gina and your Dad was Pasquale, they would love this place! A truly authentic flavored sauce made the lasagna so good. When cut from the serving dish, which came out straight from the oven, the lasagna stood still and did not run a bit. Just the right blend of pecorino cheese, beef and delicious sausage and sauce. Fried stuffed ravioli was cooked perfectly and topped with a zesty bruschetta mixture. The pan seared scallops were to die for - cooked just right, tender and tasty. Italian bread pudding for dessert is a must! It is a sinful taste explosion. Service was great. Valerie did a magnificent job. So - bottom line is, if you're tired of all the great local fresh fish, go her - or go here instead of getting fish somewhere else.