I went there for the first time for my birthday and it was a very pleasant experience. The restaurent isn't very big so you sometimes feel cluttered and it gets noisy but the ambiance is more upscale and classy. I love the big windows on the side and we got a table there so the day lighting was great.
The items on the menu are slightly pricey. They mainly have pasta and pizza dishes, I got an assortment of 3 pasta types, and although the portion wasn't very big, the price was around 15$.
The food was so good it is worth the little extra splurge.
The great thing about Pacini is that as soon as you get there you can head towards the "bread grill bar" or whatever it is called. They basically have a section with different italian breads and spreads (tomato, garlic butter, normal butter, pesto sauce..etc) and you can grill you bread on top of this huge grill. It's a self service, which is really fun and unique.
You can stuff yourself with their delicious bread so you don't feel too bad about their smaller dish portions.
Since I went there on my birthday, my family told the host to prepare something special and at the end of my meal, all the staff came out singing happy birthday and they brougth me a fruit cocktail dish with a candle.
It's a very friendly, classy, calm atmosphere but I do wish their prices were a little lower, or that their portions were larger.
The service and quality of the food is excellent though. I haven't tried enough dishes to recommend anything, but everything looks appealing.
pas si bon que cela, 4 personnes dÃ©cues- nourriture moindre qualitÃ©, genre rÃ©chauffÃ©e. on m.a mÃªme facturÃ© une tasse d'eau cchaude avec citron $2.49, c'Ã©tait pas une tisase, de l'eau chaude. Partout ailleurs ce genre de breuvage ne coÃ»te rien, c'est quoi le problÃªme ???