Romance is practically seeping out of the front door of this quaint eatery. The dining room is small with low ceilings, flickering candles, dim lighting and soft jazz music. The menu leans toward Italian with some American twists. Lasagna, stuffed shells, veal Marsala, chicken Francaise and almond-crusted salmon are a few dishes to try. Be sure to ask about the daily chef's specials. Feeling courageous? Then start with the escargot. Servers can help select a wine from the nice selection. Be sure to check out the art adorning the walls as it is created by local artists and is for sale.