First, the good part--the restaurant is in an old, restored home (1920s probably). It was beautiful! The food, however, was not. The cream of mushroom soup was so salty we had to send it back. The Italian meatball soup was fair, so we ate it. We ordered a shrimp pasta dish, and although the shrimp was cooked nicely, it tasted like it was boiled. The pasta sauce, again, was too salty, but we didn't send it back. Service was great, so I'm giving 2 stars.
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