Da Capo Litchfield
We decided to try this place last night, Friday July,19. When we arrived the parking lot was almost full. We had to wait about 15 minutes to be seated. While waiting we watched the pizza chef do his thing. He stretched that pizza dough out into a perfect round in less than a minute. Such an art. We started with the bruschetta which consisted of goat cheese with a caponata. We never had is this way and both thought it was very good. I had the bolognese sauce over whole wheat pasta, ya it was hot for a summer night but it was very good. My partner had the pappardelle Toscana, mushrooms, cream,grana padano cheese and I'm sure something else in there. He enjoyed that also. The place was jammin' and the staff working hard. We will definitely be going back.