I took my son and two grandsons here for lunch. It was a spontaneous choice as it turned out the place I wanted to take them wasn't open for lunch. I liked the intimacy of the place. The food wasn't bad... the (one) pizza quite good I thought. I did feel they were a little stingy with both the bread and the glass of house red I ordered. The boys all had soda and our bill came to $67.00. The woman server was just OK, didn't engage at all or join in as I tried to give my grandson's the Italian experience.. I was hoping for a little charm. At the end of the meal, when she brought the check (a copy of which I did not receive) I was surprised when she said they didn't take credit or debit cards. If there was a sign on the door it was covered by the people waiting outside of the door. I was able to scrape up the cash but not a very healthy tip. I don't know what would have happened if I didn't have the cash. I left with a bad feeling. I would not eat here again.