An Italian restaurant that’s a favorite of NOTL locals
|The Main Dining Room|
downturn in the economy, when we were looking for good food at a moderate price. A few times we went for dinner and a couple of times we went for a later dessert in the cool, dark bar area where singers perform generally after 9 p.m.
Lisa was up for it after checking out the menu, though it turned out to be slightly different from what she’d originally seen. There’s a nice terrace, but we decided to stay inside. It’s a darker interior with a lot of oak, cherry, and brick. The service has always been professional and quick. Basically, it has the energy and contrasts of a successful urban bistro.
Lisa and Neil both ordered the Arugula Salad tossed with beets, asiago cheese, and walnuts. It was served with a vinaigrette and the size was enough
|Soup of the Day|
that Neil thought he could have shared it. I had the Soup of the day, which was a tomato based bean soup with a squirt of basil oil to finish. It had a kick to it.
|Black and White Linguine|
There were some lovely dessert choices and we considered returning after seeing the fireworks down by Niagara Falls. We’ve eaten some excellent tartuffo in the past, but as things worked out we returned to our B & B for some treats with which Kristin and Eric had given us. Thanks to Katy and Denny for providing dinner.