Crispy fried calamari.
They make decent pasta here. The fried calamari appetizer was very good, not drenched in oil compared to other places, served w/aioli dip. The side of Caesar salad was ok, just chopped romaine lettuce, sprinkle of parmesan cheese, croutons. The dressing was decent, ask for it on the side as it was a bit salty. The pad thai noodle was very good, but the sauce was a bit sweeter than preferred. It had crunchy veggies and tofu, quite filling. The linguine tossed w/oil, lemon and topped w/fried calamari was good too. If you don't like spicy, ask them to leave out the red pepper flakes. This time, the calamari came with breaded crumbs than the crunchy batter that came w/the appetitizer calarmari. The pasta w/sausage had a nice flavor, but a bit spicy. The barbed wire chicken pasta was the least favorite in the group, and everyone agreed they wouldn't order it again. The atmosphere of the restaurant is very nice and our waitress, Liz, was friendly and attentive.
Great place to dine.
For a fun and leisurely night out, dine at Fuzio, then meander through nearby downtown with a drink from Jamba Juice or an ice cream cone from Ben and Jerry's. Fuzio offers plenty of pasta, but not much else. Still, the food is good, the staff extremely friendly, the price is decent, and the bar is great. The decor is very chic, yet one can identify items from the IKEA catalog. Fuzio can get really loud, so on a nice evening, ask to be seated outside and enjoy a little people watching with your dinner.