It is worth the visit not only for the food and Franco who makes each visit memorable, but also for Saporis’ ambiance. The 64 seat restaurant entirely designed and built by Franco gives the feeling of being in a medieval castle. The rustic Trattoria is complete with stone floors and walls, large lion head sconces, wrought iron balconies, chocolate velvet drapes cascading across windows tied back with heavy satin roping and ambient lighting emanating from globular chandeliers strewn throughout the dining room. People who have crossed the Atlantic often enough to recognize authenticity from the mass cooking going on in most Italian restaurants in the USA are the ones that wait in line for a table at Sapori. We’re waiting for you.