Good atmosphere in the heart of Arthur Avenue.
Went their with my wife and kids for dinner, which isn't an easy thing with twin two year old boys. I found the waitstaff nice and very accomodating. It helped that we got their early and the restaurant wasn't crowded. The only mistake was they forgot to bring out the kids' spaghetti and meatball, but the quickly resolved it.
I got the caprese appetizer that delicious, though might be considered a little salty for some palates. I got the veal w/ prosciutto, which was perfectly cooked for me. The escarole side dish was little bland, but I actually preferred that since I could add a little salt and pepper. My wife's gnocchi was delicious. I washed the meal down with a glass of Chianti and that made for a good meal.
This place is bland. From the food to the 50's/60's Italian family decor. Its not bad per se, but just not worth the time. Used to be the restaurant arm of the Full Moon Pizzeria. I do not know if its the same owner, but it tastes no different.