A cozy little corner of Little Italy with great food. We recommend the squid ink pasta, but anything you order will be good.
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This is a tiny intimate restaurant - perhaps only 10 tables plus seating at the bar. We were lucky to have reservations but noted numerous walk-ins being turned away. Moving to Ohio many years ago from New England, I was reminded of several charming restaurants...More
Maybe me and my college-age sons were dressed in jeans and maybe we did not have a reservation but grudgingly setting up a table on the sidewalk when the restaurant was almost empty and stayed empty on an early Thursday evening was just plain rude....More
Based on reviews here, had high expectations, supposed to be romantic as well for our anniversary. Not romantic, it is LOUD, and our table by the constantly opening front door and a TV with a football game on right in my eye line next to...More
Stopped for lunch during the feast and was pleasantly surprised by this little gem. My husband had the lobster with squid ink pasta and it was delicious. I had Veal and it was also delicious. Great old school service, cozy atmosphere and nice wine list....More
First time visit to Aetna and it won't be our last. We had a great Italian waiter who recommended the special of lobster with black squid spaghetti, Gavi white wine from Italy and the fresh grilled calamari! Superb! Not to mention white table service in...More
Excellent trout! Everything we ate at this restaurant was yummy. The service was exceptional. Ate out side where there are two tables. Asked for more grilled veggies and no problem. Inside the restaurant is very charming.
We enjoyed a very tasty dinner Sunday afternoon at Etna. We had the char grilled octopus on a bed of arugula that was perfect along with the caprezze salad as starters. My dining partner had the spinach/ricotta ravioli and I had the penne with beautiful...More