My companion and I just happened into this very small eating establishment because it was in his neighborhood. Although we did not dine al fresco we might as well have as we were given a table right by the open front door. We were impressed at once by the very reasonable prices and the food did not disappoint--a standard bruschetta appetizer was fresh and sharp with garlic, as was the linguini with clams that he ordered. My vegetarian lasagna was not made with tomatoes, but with a creamy cheese-based sauce filled with diced squash and (I think) mushrooms--surprising but good. We loved the desserts we ordered as well. The only complaint either of us had was the miniscule espresso cup. All in all it was a pleasant way to pass a lovely early summer evening in Manhattan.
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