|Pasta Line Viewed from Bar.|
|Bar in the back.|
|Tables Set up by the Bar.|
There is quite an assortment of Italian dishes on the menu. The menu is primarily pasta dishes which includes those that are traditional, special to the restaurant or a "pick your own" type of set up where you can choose the pasta, sauce and mix ins. There are also a list of various sandwiches, antipastos (appetizers) and salads. On the menu, they boast using locally grown and raised ingredients. Enough about what's on the menu, let's get to the goodness... the food of course.
|Caprese salad. Bread with Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar.|
Details: Starter (which I of course dove into as well) Caprese salad. Roma tomatoes, fresh Wisconsin mozarella, basil with a olive oil and balsamic reduction. $7.00
Entree Spaghetti di Fruit di Mare. Calamari,scallops and shrimp in a tomato white wine sauce finished with cream. $14.00
|Spaghetti di Fruit di Mare.|
Details: Ravioli. Lobster ravioli in a garlic cream sauce. $14.00
Other things to consider:
-Street parking only but even on a Friday night, we were able to get a spot pretty darn close to the front door. VIP status, even.
-Menu had vegan, vegetarian and gluten free options. Quite an equal opportunity restaurant.
-Service was nice but there was a bit of a wait which was expected for a Friday night but I wouldn't recommend coming here if you're already super hungry.
|Ad on Back Tables.|
-They offer their space for private parties or gatherings.