I drive by this place often on the way home from work and saw it transform from a dive bar to an Italian restaurant so i was eager to check it out. My girlfriend and I showed up on a Saturday night and couldn't find a spot. FYI if you're heading Northbound on 352 there is Valet on the North side of the building that will you miss unless you drive all the way around the tiny lot. Yes, you're probably going to have to pay for valet as well, it's free of course but you do have to tip. Inside the restaurant there is a great northern cabin feel redone in kind of a historic Pennsylvania style. Really nice but small and crowded. I ordered the lamb ragu and my girlfriend ordered the gnocci. I read a previous review where the reviewer stated that the gnocci was kind of bland and I agree, nothing to write home about and my girlfriend didn't enjoy it. The lamb was a bit tastier but it still wasn't worth another visit. Most of their food is done in a tiny open kitchen with a brick oven with a lot of pizza's to choose from. I'll give this place another try and come back for the pizza.