This place claims to be a Sicilian eatery with authentic Sicilian cuisine. The place is very small with original 1930s feel and look. It is very clean and I love the nostalgia about it. I was able to find street parking. It's the same food that I grew up with and have known such as Panelle, pasta con sarde, arancini, potato croquettes, fried calamari but lacks some of the other authentic Sicilian cuisine. If they would have served Stigghiola I would have died. You need to be Sicilian to know what that is. The place was getting busy on a Saturday afternoon. The food was indeed delicious and done perfectly. The fried calamari was so tender and lightly floured which was delicious. The panelle was made as expected. Unfortunately my only negative comment was with one of the waitresses who had a bit of an attitude. I wish I had the other waitress who was so much nicer. I don't mind the Brooklyn attitude but not towards a customer or how food should be prepared. Anyway if you're in the area stop in and have a snack or meal and you won't be disappointed.
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