There are many menu possibilities at this quaint Italian eatery, family owned and operated for more than a decade. The staff welcomes diners to be part of the family in this Tuscan bistro with soft colors, Italian art, soothing music and dim lighting. The aromas radiating from the kitchen draw patrons inside to enjoy a bevy of traditional favorites as well as some homemade chef specialties. The tortellini soup is a light way to start while the tiramisù is a perfect ending. Pizza, calzones, chicken parmigiana, veal Milanese, lobster ravioli, stuffed shrimp and pine nut sea bass are just some of the delicious favorites featured. It must be noted that the veal rollatini Gorgonzola is supposedly to die for.