Never knew this place existed and thoroughly enjoyed our dining experience. Great service, nice view of the river from the outdoor deck, delicious food and reasonable prices. Tasty antipasta platter, wonderful brick oven pizza, tasty pasta (got to try the portabella truffle pasta), and nice beer and wine list. Good martinis too. Still trying to figure out the "Prohibition-themed" design (including waitstaff attire) as it related to mostly Italian fare, but it seems to work. Surprised that one reviewer said drinks were a little expensive. Since when is $4.50 for a beer and $7 for a glass of wine "expensive" in a restaurant?
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