Riverfront tables under a mandarin-orange canopy make for a relaxed meal at this small eatery, perfect for lunch, dinner, or just dessert in warm weather. When the air is nippy, head inside to the slightly cramped but warm space. The chairs are rickety and the service can be slow, but all is forgiven upon the arrival of the authentic Italian fare. Try a warm panini with Brie, arugula, and truffle oil, or a thin-crusted, prosciutto-topped pizzetta from the wood-burning oven. Tiramisu and cappuccino cake pair well with a selection of dessert wines and ports.
Jun 10, 2013
Loved this place in the past~ quality has gone downhill ~ 3 of us ate the same meal and got severe stomach pains and nausea later that night~ my friend took leftovers home for her daughter who then also got sick ~called them twice and left my number~person I spoke with was very concerned but manager never called back~ I guess there was no concern on management's part for our health or the possibility of tainted food
Aug 2, 2010
I am a magazine editor in NYC where I hardly experience racism. But, as beautiful as the Hudson Valley is, this place is atrocious. The manager at the time I visited went double duty as my party's server and is as racist as they come. We ordered items on the menu and were told they were unavailable, only to see a Caucasian party seated right next to us get the items we attempted to order. When we confronted the manager, she told us plainly, "I preferred
not to serve you that." Our neighbors joked that if they'd known we'd have such a hard time getting the same service they got, they'd have ordered for us. Most of the patrons walked out with us that day. It was disheartening and upsetting.