You don't even have to have a good imagination to feel like you're dining al fresco in a quaint Italian village. If I could get my backyard patio to look like this, I'd be a happy camper.
The food didn't disappoint either. I ordered a half portion of the seafood caneloni. It was exquisite, but be aware the half portion was pretty small, and I don't know if the full portion would have filled me up if I had been really hungry.
My husband enjoyed the picante pizza he ordered, which was a spicy sausage pie with red onions. The meals also came with a salad, which was delicious. The place had a great selection of wine and beer.
The service wasn't bad, but our server didn't even offer to bring us another round before bringing us our check.
Overall, definintely worth a visit.