to start our experience (second time there) we walked up the stairs, indicated who we were and the host (manager?) pointed to our table- he didn't even walk us there! We ordered the bruschetta which was ok, and the cheese and meat platter. The cheese was basically grocery store calibre provolone, and the blue was too bitter. for the main dishes, our friend described their dinner as a beef-a-roni on steroids. I had the chicken with Pancetta which was very tasty and was the best dish from our table of five. It is a pricey restaurant- just don't set your expectations too high and you shouldn't be disappointed. Service was adequate.
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