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Real Italian pizzas made to order in a brick oven attract a hungry business crowd during the week. Weekends find just as many people enjoying pastas like ravioli with Gorgonzola and walnut sauce or the "priest strangler"—homemade pasta in tomato ragout flambéed with Parmesan cheese. It makes quite a spectacular presentation. The seating here has rustic tables on many levels fenced in by wrought iron. Exposed bricks and hanging plants give the place a Tuscan patio feel.

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  • Reservations essential.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 06-22-2011

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    Take a pass

    The food was fine, although by no means exraordinary in any way. There are multiple locations serving a better version of Italian food. The total spoiler, however, was the price of their wines and the pressure to order the most expensive. We are familiar with Hungarian wines and their prices, and in this restaurant they are charging about 700% (yes, true!) of the supermarket price for their "house" wines. Take a pass.

    by Helen222, 2/12/08

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