Surprisingly charming decor with dim lighting and cosy paneling with a large bar running the length of the room. Our friendly waitress Andrea explained the "Tapas Tuesday" addition to the regular menu. A small but well chosen wine list plus a full bar was available. I chose several tapas but only liked one of them the broccoli flan which was outstanding. The lobster slider was too mayonnaise for me and the sautéed calamari so bland I sent it back. The regular menu was another story - interesting selections, some old stand-by sand other more avant guard. The Caesar salad was large and well seasoned with just the right amount or grated cheese. The Seafood Stew was wonderfully flavored with subtle flavors that lingered delightfully on the tongue with shrimp scallops and calamari all served around a mound of saffron risotto and lobster broth. It was very hard to share this amazing dish! The homemade Ricotta Cavatelli with truffle Beurre Blanc laws also an outstanding dish located on the appetizer section though certainly adequate for the slightly smaller eater. I ordered Scallops to accompany - also available with chicken or shrimp.
My only criticism was the very long wait for our entrees- I questioned Andrea who said the tapas slowed the process- maybe so but still too long. We were seated at 7:30 but not served our entree till 9:15. But the food so delicious it was worth the wait!
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