Run by a brother and sister team, the restaurant is lauded for its simple Italian bistro fare. It moved from a strip-mall location to the energy-efficient Atrium Building in 2010, swapping out a cozy dining room for high-ceilings, full-length windows, and a long wooden bar that gives a social feel. The lunch menu includes homemade sausage pizza with fennel cream and an Italian Cobb salad with gorgonzola dressing. In the evening, dine on the house specialty: a crispy, slow-braised pork shoulder served on a bed of greens and radish. The in-house sommelier procures an award-winning wine list.
The restaurant doesn’t accommodate substitutions in its dishes, so allergy-sufferers should double-check the menu before visiting.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Late-Night Dining
- No Reservations
- Private Dining/Party Space
- Private Room Available
Cuisine Type:: Italian