Cute place, stylish, nice location along a canal. Like most places with outdoor seating, they will haul out a table for you, if there's room. It's way fun being outdoors here. This place is the neighborhood bar for cute, hip young locals. They bring their wine and their cicchetti outside and lean on the wall along the canal, just where the alley comes in, and wait for their friends to pass by. It's really entertaining to watch, and the kids are credits to their parents, so don't think I'm implying anything in the least bit derogatory about their behavior. Anyway, the selection of cicchetti here is really good. Just ask, and the waiter will bring you to the refrigerator case to explain what's what, and how to order, if you're wondering. For a main dish, the whole roasted fish (for 2 or more people) is good. We've had it several times, and mostly it was a bit overcooked by my standards, but about right for Main Street America, and since I'm American I can understand why they'd try to cook for Main Street tastes, but I wish they'd be truer to their own roots. That said, I'd happily order it again. It's well seasoned and the roasted potatoes and gigantic olives are excellent. If you come here, allow plenty of time for dinner. Service is friendly and very charming, but extremely slow.
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