The place is really rustic and cute. The food was perfectly proportioned and very very good. The veal marsala was excellent. Once the waitresses figured out who was going to wait on us, the service was excelent. Even the customers were friendly and chatty. Our next venture down to Quincy will definetly include dinner here. Everyone was very very pleased with their meals. I recommend this quaint little spot. YUM! Oh, and the green beans were cooked perfectly and you get fresh warm delicious bread and olive oil with crushed peppers to start.
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