We ate here our first night in Rincon. Were pretty surprised by the prices, which were much higher than we expected. The food was fairly good--we both had ravioli (I had pumpkin, my friend had spinach & ricotta), and shared the tart appetizer (which was literally just a slice of a pie, not appetizer size). They had a decent beer list and some of them were a good value, and the wine was fine. The German meals looked fine but again, quite expensive--$20+ per entree. Overall fine but I wouldn't necessarily go back.
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