We had dinner here last evening - a Wednesday - at 6 pm, and the joint was hopping with "active seniors", looked like mostly golfers. We were greeted promptly and sat in the main dining room (there is also a bar area with tables). The vaulted ceiling makes for LOTS of noise, and although we were at a small table, leaning in for a conversation was a must. We ordered calamari (pretty typical - lightly fried with a red sauce on the side, slighlty grainy texture) and Carpaccio (sliced a little too thick ) with salad on top which was tasty and fresh. Main entrees: A special - chicken /artichoke in a light lemon sauce over house-made linguini, and Veal Saltimbocca. I would say the sauces here are GREAT - actually delectible- even the red sauce served with the calamari was fresh and homemade! There was a complimentary limoncello t, then we ordered tiramisu and espresso. The drinks were pricy ($15) for a cocktail, but generous,. Wine was about $9/glass, but again , a good pour. Apps averaged $12, entrees $11 - 27, dessert $8. The service was well-paced - although the restaurant was crowded, we never felt rushed through our meal - we were there 2 1/2 hours and there were people around us who had been there longer! Just like Italy - conversation and meals are a drawn-out pleasure. When we wandered back outside with our well-filled bellies, the peace of the night surrounded us - so welcome.
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