From the olive tapanade that came with the bread to some of the best tirimisu I've ever had, everything our group tasted was amazing. We started off with the shrimp parmesan appetizer and then moved on to salads that came with the meal. House wines were great choices and easy to pick to go with our meals. As we ate, we kept watching the delicious looking items streaming out of the kitchen - a stromboli that looked the size of a baseball bat, a lovely smelling pizza, and cannolis that were handmade to order. It was a show in and of itself. Of course Davide's father was outside singing traditional Italian songs and his mother was in the kitchen making homemade pasta, so there was basically no way to go wrong! The bolognese sauce was especially good and the chicken piccatta was loved by another at our table. However, the star had to be the tirimisu for dessert. So light and creamy, with just the right amount of coffee flavor and not too sweet, it was some of the best any of us had ever had. We will definitely be back!
There are only a few tables in the restaurant (more outside if the weather is nice), so keep that in mind and maybe make a reservation to make sure you get one.
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