Surprised that I never dined here before, but had to satisfy a pasta craving. Located in an office building away from the crowds, this little restaurant with its glorious painted walls and ceiling transplants you from tropical Hawai'i to little Roma the moment you step inside. Not crowded for a weeknight, it was nice not to wait for a table. The appetizers of mussels and carpaccio were ok, I've had better. The pasta was heavy on the sauces, but the seasoning and spices were very good. Enjoyed the wild boar sausage. Service was fine. I'll be back.
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