Visited with friends who wanted to try it after reading a review in the New York Times. Parking is tough - the small lot in the back does not hold very many cars and street parking can be difficult to come by, especially on a weekend. Aside from parking issues, we loved this place. For starters, they served a plateful of delicious bruschetta for tables to share that is on the house. For my entree, I had the butternut squash gnocchi in a butter and sage sauce - it melted in my mouth and was one of the best gnocchi's I've ever had. My husband has the lobster ravioli and he raved about his. We also tried the mussels that our friends ordered. I normally do not care for mussels, but these were outstanding - the sauce they were cooked in was fantastic - in fact, once the mussels were finished, we soaked up all the sauce with the fresh house bread. This is a very popular place so reservations are highly recommended.
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