Visiting from SWFL and recovering from the emotions of Hurricane Irma threatening our home, we were quite pleased to walk in and find a very pleasant atmosphere....cozy and comfortable. Alana, our server, was quick to bring us our menus and take our drink orders. The D'Argenzio winery is next door and their wine was prominent on the beverage list. We ordered the Zinfadel and were quite pleased with it. We ordered the wood fired pepperoni pizza and added mushrooms and green peppers to the toppings. We also ordered an arugula salad that came topped with crisp fried prosciutto, a balsamic dressing and shaved parmesan. It was delicious. Ray, who we believe is the owner, came by with a sample of their newest creation......pizza with a corn salsa and spicy peppers on top. It was light and spicy and very, very good! Our pizza arrived and it had a wonderful thin crust and was loaded with the toppings we had ordered. Quite thoughtfully, Ray brought us an apertif of vermouth infused with 20 different organic herbs on the house since we had dealt with the trauma of Hurricane Irma. He also recommeded the creme brulee with a swizzle of espresso on top for dessert. It was amazing! The custard was creamy and the espresso added a zing of flavor. All in all, we were very impressed with the food, service and atmosphere.
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