The Entrance is a non descript worn out basement door that opens into a subterranean fantastic restaurant. The food was great. My wife had bronzino. Which was done to perfection. It was char grilled so skin was crispy yet the inner flesh was firm and moist. I had short rib cappellacci. Which was like a ravioli with tender pieces of short rib within it. All of the pasta is made in the restaurant, you can watch them make it if you like. Interesting appetizers. I had one which was fresh mozzarella with some red pepper flakes and blended with lemon and baked in lemon halves. Very unusual combination of flavors. Dessert of salted caramel gelato made on the premises was great.
The music can get somewhat loud but the manager lowered it after it was alled to their attention. The decor is unique, you feel as if you are below the city, like the caverns below Rome. I highly recommend it