Italian, with a good range of ingredients including Europe-sourced ones. This is important as a European proscuitto, for example, tastes completely different from an American one (European meat is grain-fed, whereas American is corn-fed and is quite sweet because of that). Good pizza, great cheese & meat platters/selections. The staff is happy to allow you to "make your own dinner" - by adding or substituting ingredients or selections, which is always a hallmark of a great restaurant to me. The service is great - attentive, on the ball, but very discrete and unobtrusive. The wine list is quite good with a very reasonable markup - only about 2x of retail. The only thing that I don't understand is why their selection of by-the-glass wines features almost exclusively wines from the last 2-3 years? Italian wines of 2-3 years old are usually much too young to be drunk. Highly recommended.
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