If you look, you should be able to find parking on the street. Prices at Gusto were higher than I would expect, but son said, "What do you expect from a place with white table linens?" We were there on a Friday night and they did have a keyboard player and a mandolin player showed up to join him later in the evening. Music was pretty loud, so I was happy to be seated in the back of the restaurant. My caprese salad was just o.k. Son had the bruschetta, which he really enjoyed. I already forgot husband's appetizer, but his main dish was a pasta with sausage. He graded that a "B". My chicken dish was also a "B". It was a cross between Chicken Cordon Bleu and Chicken Parmesan, with a marinara sauce with green olives (couldn't spot any capers that were listed on the menu). Son ordered the Veal Saltimbocca, which was a nightly special, but not on the regular menu. Husband and I both tried a bite and became very jealous! It was excellent! We passed on dessert, but found a wonderful bakery that is open late, just a few doors down from Gusto.