In the city's historic Little Italy district, this restaurant prepares reliably good food including homemade pasta creations or boneless chicken breast stuffed with prosciutto and fontina cheese then baked with an exquisite Marsala demi-glaze. The attractive, open, bi-level dining room is serene with formal black and gold tapestries, painted brick walls and crystal chandeliers. An overall contemporary, yet traditional look is presented. Valet parking is offered on weekends. French doors line the dining room and open up to the street during warmer months. Servers are attentive and professionally dressed while their assistants always are on the ball, clearing plates and refilling water.