Tucked away in a strip of none to fancy businesses, don’t let the facade fool you. The restaurant is warm inside, dual view fireplace visible from the front and back dining areas. Service was friendly and efficient, made up of college aged kids, would be my guess.
The cappuccino martini is a good get. I had the Risotto Rosso, creamy with good sized shrimp. My wife couldn’t finish her chicken Marsala, good portion sizes. The lobster ravioli got a thumbs up from the table, too.
Worth a stop if you’re looking for good, wholesome Italian fare.