Call for opening times, if you feel lucky. 389-6732
Louis' place is the restaurant with no name. Louis and his father open when they feel like it. There is no menu, prices are vague. Food can be great. The place has a half dozen tables.
Sometimes the door is shut after only a couple of people have been served. Sometimes it is open past midnight. I especially like to go there on a Sunday morning at 10 AM and hang out and have one of the truly great espressos in this city.
This is not a regular restaurant and many people come here expecting "normalcy: food, service, attitude." If that's what you want, do not come here. This is an Italian trattoria for habitués who are more interested in the art of eating than food. You do not come here for a meal. You come here to celebrate life. Reviewed by Barry Lazar