Chose this place because of it's proximity to the Franklin institute and the menu looked like something we would like.
My family(wife and four adult children) thought the atmosphere was very charming and quaint. The place was not busy and they had groups spread out for privacy. Very nice touch.
Our waiter was spot on. Very attentive and not obtrusive. All staff were friendly and inviting.
The food was exceptional. All the pastas dishes were very good to excellent. My son had a steak, average, bottom line, don't get a steak here. This is not a steak house. The jambalaya and the pasta with bolognese sauce was excellent. Highly recommend either. The scallops and mushroom ravioli was very good as well. We stated off with flat bread appetizer and fried calamari, both were very good. Every desert we had was very good to excellent as well. Very large portions which could be shared.
Parking was across the street, which was very convenient. Especially since we were out of town and parking can be an issue in the city.
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