Perfect for a cold evening when you want something delicious to warm you up. The owner is super friendly.
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This rating covers the Resturante experience only. Nothing really wrong nor overwhelming. I am finding out that Ecuadorians (and perhaps some gringos) prefer their food on the bland side. This place has two excellent table salsas... basil, balsamic, Olive oil and a chillis and olive...More
We went for dinner and before the Jazz sessions were to start. We were given menus and waiter was just slow and a non caring. Ordered bottled water, beer and wine, a beef dish that was tougher than jerky and a pizza. Pizza was bland....More
It is an Italian restaurant featuring pasta & pizza. We ordered several dishes, but none were particularly good. The pizza had a strange kind of mozzarella & too much oregano. The bruschetta also had too much oregano. Disappointing!
The Jazz Society performs on the second floor Wed.-Sat. and you can order your meal from the downstairs restaurant. I do this. We have tried the pizza, lasagna, pasta, antipasto, salads and of course, house wine for the events. The food has be good. Makes...More
We visited here based on the recommendation of the propriety of the inn where we were staying. The pizza was spot on and the pasta was delicious. Good bread was served with oil, balsamic and herbs. Drink prices were very reasonable.
Wonderful food to accompany a superb evening of Jazz. if you enjoy jazz ... a must do Wed to Sat evening! ... enjoy a welcoming crowd easy walk from downtown above the La Vina pizzaria.
This is a fun restaurant with delicious home-made pastas and out-of-this world balsamic salsa for bread. Love their pumpkin ravioli!!
Took a long time to be served with a nearly empty restaurant. Portions were very small; food would have been good if it were not lukewarm/cold. Atmosphere was okay nothing special. Service totally lacked enthusiasm; not friendly at all.