We were here for a family dinner just as the restaurant opened for the evening. Friendly, gracious staff greeted us despite the fact that we were a little early and they weren't actually opened yet. During the summertime, tables spill out onto the sidewalk and must just about double their seating capabilities. This is tomato season, and the restaurant was focusing on those locally sourced beauties. The bruschetta was overflowing with gorgeous diced tomatoes. My husband and I split the grilled romaine with nuggets of crispy bacon deliciousness and blue cheese. Our table had the scallops, meatballs with spaghetti, lamb chops and I had the eggplant parm. I was having difficulty deciding between the pasta with a wine cream sauce and their homemade fennel sausage and the eggplant, but since I love eggplant parm and am too lazy to make it at home, I opted for that. Not disappointed in the least. House made mozzarella and a light, bright tomato sauce covered the top. Wine list goes on for days, but they also have a full bar. My only disappointment was that I didn't have room for dessert. We all left full and happy.
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