Four of us dined at this new restaurant that took over the site previously occupied for decades by Tragara. It is a handsome space but does not necessarily look like a restaurant from outside. We thought for months that it might be a shop where one can buy kitchen/bar equipment; not so.
Instead it is a nice restaurant that offers typical 21st-century dishes but nothing out of the ordinary. The food tasted fine but rather average. The sliders for appetizers were moist and tasty, and the lentil soup was hearty and enjoyable. The burrata/mozzarella was disappointingly tasteless as were the accompanying "heirloom" tomatoes that were typically tasteless winter tomatoes. Shrimp, mussels and scallops figured prominently in our meal and they were good, if unexceptional. Some came with the pasta dish of the day, which was homemade spaghetti in a nice tomato sauce...perfectly cooked and abundant. The regular bartender was off that night and the margarita suffered from his inexperience, altho' previous visits had afforded exceptionally tasty margaritas. The waiter did not always listen to our requests, so the margarita came with salt (tho' requested to be left off), and we had to ask for bread several times.
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