Really really good. I had a chicken liver salad which reminded me of Grandma's home cooking, along with a perfect Monteculpano d'Abruzzo (sorry spelled wrong). DH had orchiette with chopped tomatoes, broccoli raab, and an Italian sausage. It was phenomenal. We arrived at 6:30 so we were able to score a table, but after that, definitely reserve--it wasn't too big of a place and obviously popular. Service snappy and spot on. I had a large cannoli for dessert and couldn't finish it. This was probably our favorite restaurant in San Diego.
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