A comfortable restaurant for great comfort food or options for the classics with a fun flare.
We started with the antipasto platter which had a nice selection of cheeses, meats and olives. Plus a fun deconstructed bruschetta.
One in our group had the Baked Rigatoni, one had the Spaghetti Marinara and I had the Rigatoni Isabella. I really liked the Isabella the best of the three.
I would suggest you ask about the cheese selection on the antipasto platter if you prefer non sheep or goat varieties.
I had double chocolate gelato for dessert and it was wonderful!
Can't wait to go back!
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