We were welcomed by Jennifer for an early dinner on a Wednesday night. From the outside you could not guess what you would find as you enter. The restaurant was dimly lit and very cozy. Interesting photos and frescos on the walls.. The evening got started with Bruschetta Tuscana (which was excellent) and plenty of wine. The fried ravioli was a real treat for our guests. For our entree's, we had linguini vongole and veal piccatine which were wonderful. But, the lemoncello cake was my favorite of the evening.
We were surprised when Ella Chadwell introduced herself and told us that she and her partner, Jimmy Silva (jazz pianist), would be entertaining us with great music from my era. This was not expected but a real treat. So, we stayed a bit longer to enjoy her music.
Allegria Italiana was an unexpected treat and we will surely go back again.
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