The menu here features typical Italian fare with pizza, strombolis, calzones, chicken and veal parmigiana, stuffed shells, baked ziti, ravioli and marsala. The brick-oven pizza is one of their more popular selections, which might be what they are most known for. The pasta, sandwiches and salads are just as good and shouldn't be overlooked. The meatballs, which make a great starter, are homemade and delicious. Although this is a casual atmosphere, the décor adds hints of romance to the ambience. Deep-yellow painted walls, dim lighting, brick archways, live foliage and dark wood tones add an intimate allure to the environment. The service is casual, therefore, do not expect fine dining here.
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