We were looking for a place to eat on our trip home from Napa, and stumbled across this place, while cruising through the Suisun City waterfront area.
The food was excellent (wife had the risotto with shrimp, and I had the gnocchi with pesto, both of which were exceptionally good). The service was adequate but very friendly. We had a fantastic bottle of Italian Sangiovese with our meal (the best I Sangiovese I have ever had -- and it was "only" $28 for the bottle)! There was some nice music playing in the backtground and we could overhear the chef chatting with our waitress -- in Italian! That was neat.
The only negative was that, while the owners have tried to add some ambiance with paint and paintings on the walls, there were these harsh flourescent lights shining down, as if you were eating in a school cafeteria or fast-food restaurant. And the tables are arranged in one big room, which seemed to amplify the fact that everything (and everybody) was bathed in this hideous lighting, which is about 180 degrees from "romantic".
They really need to do something about the lighting, because they have pretty much nailed everything else, and better ambiance would really elevate this place to the next level.
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