The atmosphere is a cozy Italian place. It's warm, cozy, and even romantic. The servers are also true Italians!! My husband had the special mushroom parpadelle, which was fabulous. I ordered the vegetable panini and it was good. Liked my husbands better. Everything was very fresh and homemade. We also enjoyed a side dish of sauteed broccoli with garlic, chile flakes and olive oil. the staff is very attentive. Water glass never empty. Too stuffed for dessert, but the sounded yummy.
Divino is a sister restaurant to Ristorante Bacco (see citysearch review-4.5 stars) in SF and serves comparably delicious food. Everything is very fresh and prepared with the utmost care. The food is simple, authentic Italian without unnecessary frills. Service is also wonderful. When I went with my mom, we ordered the Burrata appetizer (Burrata cheese, Parma prosciutto, arugola, Taggiasca olives), the Vitello alla Boscaiola (Sauteed veal scallopini w/wild mushrooms and Pinot Grigio sauce) and the fresh fish of the day which was a type of sea bass (similar to striped). Burrata was rich, fresh and delicious and arugola was perfectly dressed, seasoned and spicy. Veal scallopini was cooked perfectly- very rich and flavorful. Fish was also cooked as perfectly as it could have been (although the fish itself was not my favorite). Didn't have the pasta, but if it is anything like its sister, Bacco, I am sure it is absolutely wonderful.
Pros: Food and service!