Drawing a steady crowd for lunch and dinner, La Traviata has all the trappings of a neighborhood bistro. And while it may not be one of the shiny new downtown spots, the friendly service and warm atmosphere make you feel at home. From our window-side table, we enjoyed a simple salad of arugula and roasted beets with goat cheese crumbles and warm bread with olive oil. Classic lemony veal piccata arrived on a mountain of garlicky mashed potatoes with crisp green beans. Tender rigatoni bathed in a creamy tomato sauce adorned with spicy meatballs offered a piquant kick.
Drinks: Beer & wine