Tucked away back in the old La Paz building, this new place is very good. Out waitress was very knowledgable and professional. She brought out our cocktails which were poured nice and strong. The bruschette appetizer was good, but they used cheap white bread. The standard table bread that gets brought out is the only disappointing aspect of the place. It was basically a heated up hot dog bun. The entree was spaghetti and meatballs, and it was great. Two giant meatballs on top of the noodles, and the sauce had a great flavor. The owner liked to mingle and make sure everything was okay, and one of the hostesses was so attractive, it made me hate my own balding self. Overall this place is literally what they call the hidden gem.