Mediocre Food for Expensive Italian.
Picked Ferrari's after reading the reviews. Won't go back.
We like Calimari and get it at Italian restaurants but their's was chewy and not tender.
The Chicken Piccata was 1 thin slice piece of chicken with vegies for $18.95 - not impressed. Lasagna was a large piece but sauce didn't have much flavor. Their homemade breads are good. The bottle of wine was $37 and not good. Bravo has better wine and half the cost.
Wouldn't recommend to anyone. I was looking to go to a local establishment instead of a chain but won't go there again.
Family-friendly trattoria brings Italy to the 'burbs.. In Short The family atmosphere here is typical for the suburbs; the bakery is a great addition for early morning coffee and a wide variety of baked goods. A typical meal here might start with an appetizer of toasted ravioli--a vegetable ravioli breaded with Milanese bread crumbs. The Antipasto di Salami is a mound of cured meats amd Italian cheeses-enough to feed a family of four. Entrees include the Spaghettini Mediterranean with fresh spinach, tomatoes and artichoke hearts.
Absolutely excellent! The waitress actually took some time to find out our preferences and helped us with the choices. Fish stuffed with crab and seafood canelloni are delicious. Restaurant enterior is charming and romantik. It's a bit pricy, but the satisfaction is 100%.
BEST CRABCAKES ANYWHERE IN THE U.S.!.
Great meal, though pricey, great wine selection, excellent service, and the best crab cakes anywhere on Fridays. A great experience, except for the noisy table, next to us, which refused to control their children. Great restaurant!