We stopped here for dinner on a Friday night before a show. The restaurant is a bit smallish and crowded, but I prefer to describe the environment as intimate. After drinks, we enjoyed outstanding minestrone soup and a huge Caesar salad (even the 'half' salad is large). My wife's Linguine alla Pescatore was classic, with a huge scallop on top. My rigatone con Bolognese featured really fresh, truly 'al dente' pasta. We followed this with home-made gelato (caramel/salt/pistachio) that shouted 'old-country.' We told our server, Michelle, we needed to be out for a show and she hustled and bustled to make that happen. She and a team of co-servers were wonderfully attentive, friendly and personable. There's lots of other stuff on the menu I'd love to try. This is truly an outstanding restaurant. Glad we finally got there. Our next trip will be much sooner than our first was.