We had a reservation on a Friday at 6:15, however, we completed our touring adventure of the city early and went to the restaurant an hour early. We were greeted by the manager and he said no problem, and sat us immediately at a window. He was very cordial, gave us some recommendations and our very pleasant and knowledgeable waiter, Jonathan, showed up and took great care of our needs. We wanted to split a salad and Jonathan recommended the special spinach salad that had heirloom and cherry tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, toasted walnuts, and a light dressing. The homemade ciabatta bread along with the incredible dipping sauce that was brought to the table, were out of this world delish. For entrees, my husband had the Cacio de Pepe, the portion was generous and he really enjoyed it. I had the Lobster Ravioli, there were six and they were really good and filling. The menu is the perfect size and there’s something for every taste. They were bringing out a lot of pizzas made in their brick ovens and I overheard people raving. Next time, we’ll try a pie. Glad we got there an hour early, as the place filled up quickly and there were people waiting outside when we left around 6:30. I’d recommend a reservation or get there when they open. It was a really nice experience with great food. We loved the bread so much we walked down to their bakery in an alley, Bricco Panetteria, and picked up some more carbs, got the ciabatta and a baguette. They also have a market right there that has incredible salami’s. Do yourself a favor, go get some!