I needed a break from all the Hawaiian and seafood we'd been eating during our stay. A quick search for nearby alternatives brought us to Pomodoro as Keith said, "I could go for some Italian." About 15 minutes from our hotel, we headed out to try this place for dinner. The dining room was a little small but we were immediately greeted by Gerry who escorted us to a lovely sweetheart table in the corner by the window. The savory smells emanating from the kitchen were just the kick to get my appetite going. Our server, who I did not catch his name, was super energetic and entertaining all night. He was very attentive in pouring our wine and reciting the night's specials. He explained that the restaurant's cannelloni and manicotti are entirely made on the premises.
thin crepes filled with roasted eggplant
crepes with a blend of cheeses
Double Chocolate Cake
Plus Keith ate:
blend of cheeses, layered in noodles with Italian sausage and beef