You will love the chewy fresh bread served at this restaurant; it's all baked in house and served with a plate of extra virgin olive oil and spices. The restaurant is also well-known for pizzas and such pasta dishes as the bow tie pasta served in a wild mushroom/Gorgonzola cream sauce. If you're in a carnivorous mood, order the sizzling rib-eye steak with port wine demi-glace. A chocolate pot de crème topped with a blizzard of whipped cream is a sensual finale to your dinner. You'll find the dining room, appointed with a hardwood floor, red brick walls and an open kitchen, is a comfortable environment. After dinner you can walk over to the bar area and order a "Wooster," the house version of a Manhattan that uses port wine in place of vermouth.