Our last dinner of our vacation involved tiny portions, glacial-pace service and an experience in how a restaurant crams more and more people in. If you go, stick to appetizers and small plates if you want creative tastes...but know you'll be paying through the teeth for these tiny bites. The kids menu with its extremely bland linguine (was that ketchup for the sauce?) Worked fine for our 9-year old. In spite of all this, the place was packing them in.
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