We've loved Three Tomatoes for years, and still go there occasionally, but it's not what it was a few years ago. Reason - ? Who knows? (Economy? new owners? other?)
Three Tomatoes always had an eclectic Italian menu; now veal is non-existent, shrimp less prevalent than it used to be. They still have my favorite shrimp, salmon & peas, but other dishes have disappeared, and the menu is much smaller than it used to be. The food they do serve is still good (not excellent), with al dente pastas and delicious sauces. Their signature thin-crust pizza is also very good. Service also isn't what it used to be; waitstaff are friendly enough, but seem to be going through the motions. The spark has gone from Three Tomatoes, and I don't know if it can be rekindled.
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