My wife has wanted to try Boccaccia for some time. I was hesitant because I read mixed reviews, and I made a reservation with some trepidation. I relaxed immediately upon arrival. We were welcomed by a charming maitre d', quickly seated and soon greeted by a conscientious but not overly attentive waitress. She bought us water, took our drink orders, and returned with bread and olive oil.
The atmosphere is nice, understated, light background music, two clocks on the wall, one with Chattanooga and the other with Milan time. I thought, "nice touch."
There is a very good wine list. My wife had a nero d'avola and I had a chianti. [Well, actually, she had two, and I had a vodka rocks before the wine.] We had the bruschetta appetizer, which was very good. For insalate, my wife had the arugula, and I had the mista, both of which were very good. My wife had the bolognese, which was very good, and I had the best ever ravioli. My wife's portion was so large, she brought home a box for lunch. Neither of us had room for dessert.
Boccaccia is a little pricey, but well worth it for special occasions.