Walked in on a sunny weekday afternoon in June and was utterly charmed. Felt like I was in Italy at a warm and friendly bistro. But the food was so ordinary and severely underseasoned -- if you aren't going to put salt and pepper on the tables, you've got to put some in the food. Pasta was terrible -- watery sauce and rubbery noodles. The biggest problem was the service. Nice servers but we had to ask twice for the bill while we watched them doing sidework for an hour and ignoring the tables. Too bad -- it is a lovely setting.
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