Living in Collingswood, NJ, the Philadelphia metro area's Italian restaurant center, I was prepared to be disappointed. However, everyone in my party was impressed by the variety of dishes from the chewy bread and dipping oil to my lobster ravioli, to my wife's tomato soup and a colleague's gnocchi. From the approach the place looks like a working class corner bar instead of part of the Conshohocken restaurant resurgence.
My only complaint was that the noise level approached deafening.
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