When you need somewhere you can sit and catch up for a while, drink a little too much wine, and eat reasonably-priced pasta, this Henderson spot is where you should go. It’s a charming space with yellow walls and quirky art, and their homemade pasta dishes, like the pepper pappardelle with sun-dried tomatoes and mushrooms in a cream sauce and the linguine with clams, are perfect to eat while hearing how bad online dating is and complaints about why there was never the obvious sequel Must Love Cats.
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