My wife and I weren't sure about what to expect here but, after a 20 minute wait for a table, we found the ambiance and food quite good. The high ceilings, brick interior walls, and various Italian themed pictures and paintings around the restaurant made it one of the "out-of-the-ordinary" places to eat. We will eat here again.
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