Please consider making a reservation rather than just dropping into this restaurant, particularly on the weekend because it gets very crowded and waiting is not a pleasurable experience (there is no ante room and the bar is too small to accommodate a crowd). The layout of the restaurant does not handle traffic well - the bar to the right of the main entrance is small with a few round tables pressed closely together. The kitchen is open to the restaurant so there is a constantly flow of waitstaff picking up dishes which interferes with hostesses seating customers - gives it a bit of a disorganized feel. The main room is a mix of wood tables/chairs as well as semi-booth seating - framed by colorful hanging pendant lights - providing a darkened, sedate atmosphere. A dish of olives and basket of bread are provided while drinks are retrieved. Waitstaff is solicitous and fairly efficient darting among the tables. The menu is somewhat limited in that it focuses on dishes with seafood, sausage, and pasta. However, the meals are delicious - cooked with care, seasoned nicely and presented well. Definitely worth a trip but if you can manage to go when it is a bit less crowded, your experience would be enhanced.
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