We have been dining here every so often since Buona Sera opened. We only experienced two so-so to mediocre meals in all the years we visited. It is a nice cozy atmosphere that compliments finer dining. I believe there are only two TV's in this restaurant, maybe three. These few TV's stream Rick Steve's travel shows to Italy. Kind of fun to look up from your conversation and a plate of lasagna or lobster ravioli in a pesto cream sauce to see scenes from Rome, Sienna or Venice. Buona Sera is quite refreshing from the plethora of junkyard kitschy restaurants loaded with dozens of sporty TV's.
Yes, the pricing is a bit high. But you get what you pay for; quality food, quiet atmosphere and quality wine. You will leave satisfied and a desire to travel to Italy.