One thing right off the bat: this is not a spaghetti, lasagne, chicken parm type of place. I love these Italian-American dishes, but this is not the place to go if you're looking for it. The menu changes daily and features fresh pasta. The dishes seemed to feature game, such as rabbit and the like, in addition to pork and veal. The wine list is extensive and features a large number of Italian wines from the Piemonte region (which makes sense given the cooking style). The wine recommended was spot-on. My co-workers and I each enjoyed our dishes, and would go back given the opportunity.