The tables are closely crammed together, and the noise can get overwhelming. So can the smell of sauteing garlic if you're seated too near the open kitchen. But this place rocks for much better-than-average Italian fare. The pastas are excellent, including a seafood pasta with tomatoes and saffron, and an excellent lobster ravioli. Salads are very good, too, such as a spinach salad with grilled chicken. Pay attention to the creative daily specials. And don't miss the daily soup, some of the best around. Wine specials are great value, too. Desserts, alas, are disappointing, lacking in variety or imagination.
Posted: 8/22/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review