Four of us ate at Grappa's last night and it was wonderful. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but don't let this fool you. It was packed-we had reservations. The food choices were many and very much Italian. Two of us ordered the pork chop dinner which was huge and too much for one. One dish could have easily been shared with 2 people. There were 2 large, very thick chops covered with crispy potatoes and vinegar peppers. Another ordered the Chicken Marsala, again a very large portion. The person who ordered this dish said she didn't even need the knife to cut the chicken it was so moist and tender. Another ordered the pasta carbonara which was delicious and not runny like served in other restaurants. The soups were also delicious-we had them as appetisers and the salad was also good and a very large portion. There was also a nice slection of wines to order. We didn't have dessert since we were so full but they looked marvelous. We plan on going again since the food was so good and authentic Italian cuisine. I would recommend this restaurant to everyone. Oh-the prices were very reasonable. The pasta carbonara was only $13.99ish and the chops were around $17.99. Delicious and inexpensive-what more could one ask for. Try it-you'll love it.
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