With friends, we walked to this local restaurant on a rainy/snowy night before it got busy. The wait person was engaging and knowledgable. The fodd purchased from local farms was listed on the back of the menu. The wine list was reasonable. I had a pinot grigio which was fruity. One of my friends had a holiday martini he said was excellent. The salads were fresh and interesting. Being a local sort of place, there were small pizzas on the menu with a variety of fresh toppings. The pastas are fresh and I had Pappardelle Piemonte ( a broad past with wild mushrooms, roasted garlic, white truffle ol and arugala pesto. it was topped with parmasian and was delicious. As a sign of excellence, each of us finished our meals.
We stayed for quite a while and during that time the place filled up. We were never pushed to leave and enjoyed some coffee after. The ambiance was pleasant and the room not too loud so conversation was possible. There was a busy bar in the room next door but the sound didn't transmit.
All in all, a pleasant trattoria.