This is an excellent restaurant that hopefully will continue to fly under the radar.
The food is prepared as it would be if this place were located in northern Italy (this is not Italian-American stuff). Service was friendly and efficient. The wine list had the usual suspects at very fair pricing. It's too bad they couldn't list some Vermentino or Pigato from Liguria (I believe the owners are from Genoa) but this is a very minor thing. Atmosphere is good and the food was authentic and, for the quality, inexpensive.
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