This is a great Italian neighborhood hang. Given its casual feel and relatively small number of tables, it has surprisingly sophisticated food. Friendly and reasonably priced. Lots of regulars.
Highlights include: antipasta plate appetizer, pizza al marscapone, chicken dijon, linguine alla vongole (clams, a special the night we went) and affogato dessert. I've also had the trout as a special, which was very good.
Two notes: they don't have an alcohol license, so no beer/wine. But folks do bring their own; I don't know whether there is a corkage fee. The restaurant is in a strip mall and parking is sometimes a challenge.