Tanti Baci is easy to pass by but we were with someone who had been there previously. Following the steep stairway down, you enter a small candlelit dining area with several tiny tables for two and a larger one for four. With a full view of the kitchen, you can watch the chefs at work. There's also another small dimly lit dining area separate from the rest.
Background music was Latino, more Caribbean than Italian. We inquired of the waitress and discovered the owners are Argentinian.
The standard menu features a few salads as appetizers, variety of homemade pastas and your choice of five sauces, including pomodoro, bolognese, pesto, and clam. Bread with dipping oil is served and frequen...Read More