There were six of us who dined. You will need to make a reservation. We had tickets to a show at the St. George Theater next door. If you haven't been there - it's a must. The place is extremely small. There is barely any room between the tables. It's hard not to bump into the person sitting next to you. Even the servers can't pass if the waitress is in the aisle. With that said, the food was WONDERFUL. Where else can you get daily on the menu, rabbit, duck, tripe, sweet breads & lamb hearts? We ordered mostly from the specials of that evening's Nona. A friend and I started with Fennel Salad, followed by the slow roasted duck in a white wine and citrus marmalade sauce. Pasta was Rigatoni with sausage, a little on the hot side, which is the plate I am still thinking about! Ended with the Fundata di Ciocollata and cappuccino. The others at my table were envious of the dessert I shared with my friend - it was definitely enough for (2) and a great way to end a terrific meal.
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