The place is seriously tiny- to the point that both food and beverage selection is limited by the stock space they have available. That sai all the basics are there and what we did get- both food and wine- was very tasty indeed. We each had a good bruschetta- with toast rubbed with garlic as it should be- and I had fettuccini amatraciana - which tasted just right, and my wife enjoyed her signature ravioli qith meat ragu. Both cooked very nicely. Didn't see an espresso machine- in fact don't think there was room for an espresso machine. Service tends to be quick, so its not a place for a leisurely celebration or lengthy conversations. But for a quick, decent, good value dinner this is a good place to be.
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