Nice find for us, although the tables are very, very close together as you seemingly always are excusing yourself to the diner behind you as your chairs knock one another. The photo provided in the restaurants title does not accurately portray the number of tables in this bistro. The complimentary pesto olive oil is delicious served with grana padano. We had a party of seven, therefore our samplings were numerous. Examples: Vongole Posillipo --clams with a delicious tomato sauce-- very well seasoned and a perfect compliment for the bread. Absolutely delightful Rollatini di Melanzone --eggplant, ricotta, spinach roll was delicate, very pleasant. Carpaccio di Manzo -- thinly sliced Filet Mignon with arugula, olive oil, lemon, parm was good but needed a soft, crunchy finishing sea salt to boost the dish to a memorable status. We actually spread the remaining pesto olive oil over the arugula to add flavor. The Gondola -- homemade ravioli with cheeses and spinach was superb. Absolutely delicate pasta so thin it was nearly see through, resulting in the ravioli melting in your mouth. Perhaps other pasta connoisseurs want a toothsome pasta however, this dish was quite memorable. Branzini --European Seabass -- feature dish was not memorable as it was slightly overcooked and lacked acidity, and overall flavor. It also had a slightly fishy taste to it even though we dined on a Saturday evening. The Veal Osso Buco was delicious and our fellow diner devoured the decadent, shank meat which of course fell off the bone. Tiramisu was divine, chocolate, coffee, mascarpone 'melt in your mouth' slice of heaven. Service was excellent, attentive and friendly. P.S. BYOW, but don't fret as there is a liquor store right at the corner with a good selection of wines. On-street parking is difficult
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