Service was great although for a small restaurant with 4 tables of 2, 3 tables of 4, 1 table for 6 and 1 for 8 I thought nine employees were a bit much. Maybe this is why the prices for pasta are so high. My husband and I loved the Pappardelle Bolognese (house made pasta with traditional bolognese sauce with timbercreek organics beef and pork, grana padano.) I actualy ate the whole thing. It was very good. But for some reason it just doesn't feel right to pay $19 for a bowl of pasta. The wine list is very good. I selected a glass of Michel-Schlumberger "la brumme" 2010 and was delighted. It was a very smooth and crisp chardonnay. A little sweeter than I usually like but, again, I drank the whole thing! We completed with two good cups of coffee and a homemade Tiramisu" also very tasty. I gave this 4 stars because although the food was very good, it lacked presentation and the price was high in comparison to many other excellent Italian restaurants in the area.
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