Old World classics harmonize in the culinary symphony of Sansone's menu. Appetizers include caramelized-peach and maple-walnut compote crested atop Brie (served with crackers, $9), sautéed and egg-battered artichoke hearts ($10), and beef carpaccio ($9). Dinner entrees are served with choice of soup or salad and are accompanied by starch and veggies. Vegetarian dishes range from the light angel hair Provençal ($17) with wilted greens, kalamata olives, and toasted pine nuts, to the decadent stuffed eggplant ($18) with roasted-pepper risotto. Sansone's serves a variety of meat, poultry, and seafood dishes and has a gluten-free menu. The breaded and pan-fried Wiener schnitzel ($23/$18 for small plate) was a Rocky Mountain News best-of winner in 2007. The salmon Nilla ($23/$18 for small plate), a flaky fillet coated in Nilla Wafers, is sure to intrigue fish enthusiasts or spark cookie conversations that become plots to murder gingerbread men.