Three of us ate dinner here last night, prior to attending the Texas/WVU football game. Because we had to eat early (5 pm), the restaurant was almost deserted. We loved the dim lighting (but there was task lighting so that reading the menu was very easy), the Murano glass bowls affixed to the walls, the eclectic ceiling lighting, the black tablecloths and napkins. Our waitress was friendly and efficient, but had to be asked to give us the price of the specials she recited. After our wine arrived, the waitress appeared with an amuse bouche from the chef -- a nice tomato/herb bruschetta. We each had house salad, which was excellent, and we really liked the tiny pepperoncini and the excellent salad dressing. One of us had the meatball, and the other two had the penne with vodka sauce (one with good smoky grilled chicken). Very good! Also, the rolls (crispy on the outside, soft on the inside, perfect!) were presented with olive oil with herbs, butter, and a nice tapenade. A good choice for dinner, but prices were a tad high, especially for this part of the country.
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