Small but cozy little bistro with some interesting dishes. We eat there about two to three times a month, it's kind of a fall back place when we're looking for well-presented and tasty fare. It’s a small place but it always seems to take advantage of what is in season. The wine list is a little small but growing. The staff is friendly and accommodating. Prices are reasonable when you consider the surrounding eateries in the area, a bar, a diner, and a very upscale restaurant. It rather reminds us of some of the trattorias we visited in our travels in Europe.