I guess Ragazzi moved..we found it at River and Craycroft quite by accident, and what a happy accident! The staff are attentive, without being overbearing, the atmosphere is relaxed yet stylish, and the food - well the food is outstanding.
I am an asparagus nut - so I started with the prosciutto wrapped asparagus. THe asparagus was crisp, and the salty prosciutto was the perfect partner. My partner raved over his scallop and shrimp, I didn't try it mysely, but it certainly looked beautiful. The pork loin wrapped in smoked pancetta was tender, and perfectly cooked as was the prosciutto/parmesan stuffed chicken breast. All of the veggies were crisp and retained their flavors.
Desert of course was tiramisu, light, creamy and thankfully not too rich. The cost was reasonable, including wine and overall this was one of the best -if not the best dining experience I have had in Tucson.