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Abdel Redouane, a native of Morocco who trained as a chef in Europe, opened Luna in 2000. In the years since, his courteous waitstaff and menu of Italian standards have earned him a loyal following. We enjoyed the light Caesar salad, with its non-fishy tasting dressing and crisp croutons. A special pasta arrabiata made with conchiglie (seashell pasta) was shockingly spicy, but we enjoyed it nonetheless. Similarly, we loved the smoky bacon fettuccine carbonara, even though it was overly creamy. On our visit, a plug-in air freshener behind our table puffed out a fake flower scent at intervals that did little to alleviate the stuffiness of the carpeted dining room but went a long way toward disrupting the enjoyment of our meal. Lunch and dinner daily.
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