Tucked away in a shopping plaza near the airport, this intimate eatery is small in size but large in character. Tables line the walls of the narrow dining room and dim lighting accents the mood. Eccentric art designs, soothing colors and high-rafter ceilings add to the allure. The menu is, of course, Italian and features all of the traditional favorites, except pizza and calzones. Diners can sample parmigiana dishes, lasagna, baked ziti, tortellini, piccata, scampi and manicotti. Lunch during the week tends to be bustling due to the local business workers flocking here. The crowd will disperse quickly after the peak lunch rush, which makes it the ideal time to dine. Dinner is a bit more service-oriented with staff devoting more time to you and your needs. The food is fresh and always made at the time of your order.