Stopped in on a lovely February afternoon. Small room with a variety of decors and colors. Seated at one of the tables/booths in the front. A bit too sunny for us, but our waiter was very accomodating in moving us to the elevated table that looks out over the street and the restaurant. The antipasto for 4 was plenty for the 5 of us, and delicious. Caprese, shrimp, mussels, calimari, brushetta, it was almost a meal on its own. The pannini were excellent, especially the fresh mozzarella, basil and proscuitto, but one of the chicken sandwiches was slight on the poultry. The only dish that fell flat was the vodka a la penne. Very little flavor and overcooked pasta. Wines by the glass fairly good and fairly priced. Espresso and coffee were first rate. Our waiter, who doubled as the maitre' d, was a pro.
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