This place is LONG GONE!. This restaurant does not exist any longer.
what a find!. After tasting the food, I was surprised the place wasn't completely crowded with patrons. This Italian food rivals that of the delicious little restaurants in NYC - a must try - I can't wait to go back! (I also had the lasagne bolognese - excellent!)
Molto Bene!. This little know gem is worth the drive for italian food lovers. The Chef is from Venice, so emphasis is more on seafood than red sauces. The pasta is home made, as is the mozzarella. The tomatoes and herbs are garden fresh. I usually start with the tortollini soup, a simple but delicious way to start the meal. One of my favorite dishes is the linguini bolognese, the sauce just tastes so fresh it's addictive. My wife says the gnocci are light, pillowy and some of the best she's ever had. Also consider the specials. I recently tried the special veal cultlets in a marsala reduction with wild mushrooms and was very pleased. The chef's tiramisu is excellent for dessert. The limited wine list is quite adequate for the menu and very affordable. Just don't tell too many people about this place or we'll never get a table!
Giampietro's. Homemade pasta, homemade cheese, classically trained chef from Northern Italian - fantastic. Not your standard spaghetti and meatballs joint. This is Northern Italian cooking at its very best. Try the Lasagne Bolognese!
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