Aioli is a big city spot in a small city locale. The menu includes a dozen or so tapas and several full size entrees, as well as daily specials. All are delish!. I have been to Aoili many times and am never disappointed, especially when Madeline is our server. She is a a multitasking delight...being both bartender and server...and, taking care of all expertly. The bruschetta trio is surprisingly good, as is the Caprese salad and the mixed mushroom dish. The seafood tapas, scallops and mussels, are always perfectly cooked, and are my favorite. Among the entrees is an excellent paella and a very special veggie ravioli in a light sauce.
Aioli is a very attractive place. Conveniently located just off the main drag and decorated with local art on the exposed brick walls. There is a small restored vintage bar at the back of the restaurant...a great spot for a drink and a tapas or two. Wish they served Patron, but that is just a very small criticism of an wonderful restaurant.
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