mmm-yoso!!! is the food blog you are reading. Cathy is writing because the guys (Kirk and ed(fromYuma)) are busy doing stuff, like researching future posts.
Inside, there are a selection of wines, or you can bring your own and store the bottles, in a locked area with a personalized plaque, as you might on the island of Sicily.
A few pieces of garlic bread were brought out- The garlic was complimentary to the soup taste.
I ordered the Classic Antipasto for my meal. Red and green lettuces, fresh pickled mushrooms, tomatoes, onions, olives and rolled mortadella, salami and provolone. This was just the right amount of food for me at lunch. The house made olive oil, balsamic and herb salad dressing (also with a bit of peppery heat) is just right.
The Mister could not decide, but knew he wanted a baked pasta dish and chose the half ravioli half cheese manicotti with the marinara sauce ($14.99). The pastas were tender, house made. The manicotti were very much like crepes and filled with a combination of mozarella, ricotta and romano cheeses. The ravioli were large and overfilled. The marinara sauce, also house made, was very rich in tomato flavor and had just a touch of red pepper heat in it.