Always a good place to come to while I am in town. Pastas are pretty decent. Service is mostly good but a bit hit or miss. The bread they serve (if they remember to serve it) is pretty good. In my 2 visits here this past time in town, they remembered once.
I am a big fan of their ravioli (chicken) which is something you wouldn't normally get elsewhere as it would be beef. It is quite tasty. The mozzarella in carozza is ok without being great. And it is served with a sauce that tastes like BBQ sauce and not marinara. That was quite odd.
Anyways, the temp is always good in here, the space is nice as well as the lounging couches and chairs. Definitely worth a visit...
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