Perfectly acceptable Italian food but it is very pricey - the minimum for a pasta dish with tomato sauce was around $20. Drinks were around $14-15 per person. I wouldn’t return and pay that much money for mediocre food. I have celiac and they do accommodate this and are able to prepare gluten free pasta in separate water and with separate utensils. The options for fillings that are gluten free are fairly limited though (most dishes have stuffed pasta of some kind). I also was able to eat a Caesar salad with no croutons, however the lettuce was all yellow-brown already so clearly not very fresh. No gluten free dessert options. Service was quick and friendly.