The owner and executive chef hails straight from Sicily, so you know that this food is as authentic as he is. The chef uses an open-flame approach to cooking, with wood-burning ovens that reach temperatures over 700 degrees. The menu is decorated with such Italian favorites as gnocchi, lasagna Bolognese, veal parmigiana, chicken cacciatora, pizzas, calzones, panini and flatbreads, to name a few. Fresh, sustainable and local ingredients are utilized throughout the menu. The dining room has a raw appeal, with stone, concrete, brick and wood accents as the foundation to the decor. The best seats in the house are the ones at the kitchen bar. Here, you can watch the chefs perfect your dish while putting on a culinary show at the same time.