We, a party of two, arrived there at 5:45, were greeted by an elderly gentleman that gave the place which is modern in design a certain Old World touch, and were immediately shown to a table. The placed started to fill up when we left and reservations are recommended for late diners as this is a popular spot.
Service was prompt and the waiter was familiar with the menu. First time visitors should be aware that the restaurant is all about sharing the dishes. They have a 3 course item - Sperlunga - that they promote but as the waiter rattles off what it consisted of, it is impossible to remember all the items, and we passed on it as did the table adjacent to us. Borgo should consider an alternative way of explaining this to its customers. The three dishes we selected came out without a long wait, and were well presented. More importantly they were tasty.
Tables were sufficiently far apart so that one could hold a conversation without straining!
In our case, dinner for two with dessert was circa $110.
All in all a good evening
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