Dinner on a busy Saturday night. We had made reservations well in advance but they could find none in their computer. Not a good start but they found a table and were quite gracious. Loud, happy crowd. Wide open kitchen with very actively in use wood burning oven. Pizzas are said to be great but we opted for pasta. House made and spectacular! I had a super Panzanella with their own garden-raised heirloom tomatoes. What's not to like? We also shared a 6 item salumi tray-all house cured. Strongly positive experience. Informal. Loud if you are looking for a quiet romantic place. But if in market to eat and drink (large and sometimes expensive California and Italian wine list-Opus One for $900 for example), this is the place!
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