I was born and raised in Italy and the food here is just as good as over there....highly recommended
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We had a late dinner here the other night. The patio looks lovely but it was a crisp evening so we ate indoors. Only a few tables were occupied. The decor is pleasant with excellent paintings of the Tuscany hills. Our waiter was friendly and helpful. We shared a salad, the eggplant parmigiana, and a slice of cake for dessert.... More
Authentic, Italian food in a comfortable setting. If you like steak, the Bistecca Fiorentina for two was delicious. It is a 32 oz. Thick Cut Rib Eye with Mushrooms, with Rosemary Roasted Potatoes & Vegetable Medley.
Authentic, delicious Italian food served in very pleasant surroundings with professional yet friendly staff. Our party of 6 (with 2 young children) were made extremely welcome and all of us thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience.
The menu is great; the service is great; the tables and ambiance is good; the wine is excellent; the food presentation is excellent but my filet called "Filetto al Pepe Verde" was average. It was accompanied with "Gorgonzola Cream Sauce, Green Peppercorns, Mashed Potatoes". The cream sauce, I think, sort of destroyed the filet. The mashed potatoes were good. So,... More
Make sure that you try and get the small table that is recessed in to the wall in the main dining room. Very romantic. The food selection is great with great service. I have never had a bad meal here and love the food. Great wine selection too!
I came here on a Thursday night and there were three couples in the entire restaurant so it was pretty relatively empty. I was disappointed that the fish entree I ordered came with cold sides and lukewarm fish. I had to get them to warm everything up after I tasted everything and noticed the only hot side was the spinach... More
If you want a place outside hype and gimmick, a quiet place to eat a family meal, this almost hidden-away Italian is good. The ravioli is the most memorable, though the food overall is okay. The decor is serene, rather startlingly modest, which is fine and no detraction from enjoying an earnest family dinner.
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