Good casual Italian.
This new place has great sandwiches (like the yummy, thin-sliced Sicilian Chicken), one of the better Caesar salads in town, and pretty good pasta. The pizza-by-the-slice wasn't too impressive, but it might be a bit better ordered fresh. The atmosphere is casual (you order at the counter, then receive the food at your table) and the owner's very friendly. This isn't romantic, fine Italian dining (try Ciola's if you want that), but if you want good, reasonably-priced casual Italian, it beats the pants off chains like Zio's or Macaroni Grill.