small, old-time, informal, so so decor, old tile floor, tin ceiling; good but bland service. so much for the unimportant. on to the good stuff. best tomato sauce this side of naples; crusty bread, lots of holes beneath the crust; ask for olive oil and balsamic to dip it in. had a special of fresh snapper with a light tomato sauce: best i ever had. i don't eat pasta which comes with the snapper; requested veggies instead: "sure, no problem": perfectly cooked broccoli, carrots, haricot verts. wife had fresh sole picata with angel hair pasta: super white sauce (not gooey) with capers: perfect. perfect portion sizes. had tap water...no push, but offers for other beverages. didn't have the great looking broccoli rabe, but mouth watered at the sight of it...looked like nonna's with lots of garlic.
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