We showed up here just before it opened one weeknight and there were already 10+ people waiting to get in. Most had reservations. We thought it a good sign. First we had a antipasto/charcuterie platter. The sopressata was NOT what we expected. Very homemade with lots of chunks of a variety of things that were not meat. That threw us off a little. Of course, for the cooperata (cover charge, usually around 2E at most places) you receive bread. It is usually not very delicious bread, and this place was no exception. The pasta we had was cooked and seasoned nicely. The meatballs we had were tasty, but maybe slightly dry. I would go here again.
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