A nice neighborhood spot in Old Louisville. Very convenient for dinner before Shakespeare in the (Central) Park.
"The Northern Italian cuisine tastes best when dining in the romantic courtyard."
I am here at the table and have been waiting for 2 hours for our food. Hopefully it comes soon. I don't care how good it is.
Eat on the patio if the weather allows. Every entree I've had is very good, but my favs are Penne alla Lorenzo and the Seafood Hot Brown.
Tomato artichoke soup is delicious, as is the portabella mushroom and Risotto!
Spinich artichoke appetizer with garlic toast points - amazing! Warm evening w/ windows open like being in Tuscany. Guy Fieri cooked here for Derby 2009.