The pasta is served with gravy, not sauce (and if you have to ask what that means, you really need to get over there for an infusion of real Italian cooking). Try a hot bowl of homemade soup and a salad. Have lunch or dinner at the 10-seat counter or in one of the window booths or tables. The frittatas and the paninis are to savor. And then there's the pasta - capellini, spaghetti, linguini or penne - served al dente, kissed by (but not swimming in) a choice of Angelo's homemade gravies or in oil and garlic.
This is Italian peasant food, served in a warm, congenial atmosphere. It's nonna's kitchen table, an urban dining experience brought to suburbia. Gnocchi, chicken and veal round out the regular menu which is augmented by daily specials. Coffee, espresso and an assortment of Italian sweets (una selezione di dolce) provide the perfect way to end your visit.