My wife, parents, and I had a spectacular meal here. Interesting but accessible food, just don't let the Italian name fool you. Everything we ate was wonderful but the standouts were the carrots, corn polenta, and the kale and and and... It is worth asking staff for recommendations because I don't think the menu descriptions do anything justice.
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