Located on Broadway it is an easy walk from the bus stop. The place is really small and intimate. The owner is constantly hustling people around to make sure you get a great experience. The food is great, I had lasagna and my husband had pesto raviolis. Both were superb. The wine list is well rounded and dessert is the perfect finishing touch.
On a side note I bought a living social deal for Panevino and this is the reason why we went. Beware that they offer a special "living social menu" with very limited pasta options, and even though it says $30 towards bottle of wine the wines on the special menu are in the $26 price range. I was disappointed because this was not listed in the fine print on living social, and there was not mention of a special menu on their website. Still a great experience but we got taxed on the living social $90 original price, which in reality we only spent $70.
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