We ate at Corrado on a Sunday evening in late October. We sat outside and enjoyed a pleasant view of the harbor below with its twinkling lights. We ordered cozze marinara as an appetizer: wonderfully plump mussels in a white broth redolent of the sea and ideal for sopping up with crusty pane rustica. When we ordered linguini con vongole for a prima piatti, we were told that they were out of clams because they don't receive fresh seafood deliveries on Sunday, a reasonable explanation. The pesce del giorno per due was orata con patate. Our server, although a bit on the "cold" side when we arrived, warmed up during our meal and did a great job of preparing the whole baked fish for our plates. The fish was moist and flaky, topped by the roasted potatoes and juices from the baking pan. The dessert offerings didn't wow us so we passed.
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