We were told that it was the only Italian restaurant in town as we wanted a change from American. Took us a bit of time to find it, but it was worth the search. A small family run bar and restaurant beside the delicatessen. The owner recommended the ravioli - home made that day and with a choice of sauces - again home made and served with a slice of freshly made garlic bread with crunchy garlic on it. The choice of salad dressings was unique; included one with a Halapeno twist.
The hostess brought us two choices of home made dessert to tempt us - and we fell!1
But she even shared the portions so the we could taste a bit of each. Home made Tiramasu (not drenched in liquid, not over sweet) and Canoli ( my first taste of it: good)
The cost of this shared meal for 4 including a bottle of wine, was about $70.
With friendly service, accommodating, helpful hosts and good food, you don't need another Italian restaurant in the area.
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