Mon-Thu 11:30am-2pm, 5:30pm-10pm
Fri 11:30am-2pm, 5:30pm-11pm
Average Main Course Price is $16
Finding its home in a converted cottage, this established Italian haunt is known for its creative pasta dishes. Buckwheat and semolina noodles are accompanied by a variety of savory sauces -- tomato-basil, bolognese and walnut among them. One of the restaurant's treats is the Totelli de Mele, an apple-sausage ravioli, dressed with a sage-laced brown butter sauce -- incredible! You'll also find gnocchi and risotto, along with daily specials. However, it is the pastas here that are the star of the show, so stick with those to be guaranteed a satisfying meal. Prices, are quite reasonable, especially given that the restaurant is in the heart of Midtown.
Best for Italian Because: This cozy spot is perfect to get away from the hectic Midtown life.
10BEST USERS SAY...
"Pass this one by, there are too many good places in the downtown - midtown area to waste your time and money on poor service and lackluster food."
Reviews and Ratings
WHAT I Liked:
The setting was awesome. Under the Atl skyline on the porch was a great sitting esp on a Sat night. They wine and beer list is good.WHAT I Disliked:
The place was short staffed- 5 waiters for the entire resturant and one busperson, the manager was running around sweating the entire time. Our waiter was rude at best and an ass at times, when asked what was good his reply was "I guess everything or people wouldn't come"-very helpful. Our food took along time and when it came our daughters food was bland and cold. It was her Bday so I asked to get her another dish, but because it took so long she got it to go- when she got home they had put hot chinken in a plastic container and it had melted to the plastic and the greens with it looked like they had already been eaten. We will not be going back and I cannot believe this place is in the top ten in the ATL. Our other dishes that night while acceptable were far from memorable.