Nice little Italian neighborhood joint. Looking for haute cuisine with upscale ambiance? Move on. Seeking more down home Italian 'takeoffs' on authentic dishes? This is your destination. Don't be put off by the run down 'hood'. It's a sedate local bar after the kitchen closes - mostly for locals. We were impressed with the Bruzzaluni appetizer - braised rolled round steak with a simple stuffing served in a succulent Suga (gravy in Italian) sauce. Tender & toothsome. Tami was pleased with her generous portion of cheese ravioli. I loved the Vitelli Melanzane - a tender breaded veal scallop topped with a serving of Eggplant Parmesan with the house Suga sauce - smoother than a marinara with a touch of initial sweetness followed by a l'il bit of peppery finish. Non-pasta Entrees come with soup or salad (loved the house dressing) & potato/pasta/eggplant parm choice. Lubricate all with a decent Chianti Classico and all is well in our world. Sorry, too stuffed to even consider dessert.
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