We dined here on a Friday evening, arriving during Happy Hour, which goes until 7 PM. In the bar area (which is walled off from the restaurant except for the opening by the entrance) there was a DJ playing loud, bass-thumping music, which actually was shaking the dinner table of a couple sitting nearby to us. The volume would have been tolerable if not for the shattering bass which kept vibrating through the restaurant. At 7 PM things changed--the music softened and there was far less bass-thumping, making it much more pleasant.
The restaurant is adjacent to a couple of hotels and there is plenty of free parking in front. The decor is hopelessly stuck in the late 80s at best so is in desperate need of a full makeover to bring it up into this century and to give it some charm.
Service was terrific--our server Sebastian was very friendly, attentive, and helpful. We started with a wonderful focaccia bread which they make in house, we were told. The menu is quite extensive so it was hard to decide but one of us had a delicious, spicy salad and the other had a marvelous calzone, both of which were generous portions.
Aside from the early annoyance of the music, we had a nice experience here. We would simply advise others to pay attention to the time they want to dine to avoid the music.