I've been here several times but only for drinks. I finally ate something! While their sister restaurant, Bistro Casanova is way closer to where I live, the menu here is a little different.
The open-air restaurant is plain and simple. Old interior that's a mixup of tavern, bistro and patio, but clean, which is what matters. The place turns into teeny bopper heaven on certain nights, sans the stage, dance floor, and stadium-style seating off to the side. The parking lot is tiny, but there are quite a few street parking along Baldwin Ave.
House bread - Soft and chewy Focaccia with olive oil & vinegar. Delish! And comp with any entree or pasta dish upon request.
Linguine pescatore - Great choice for seafood lovers. Black squid ink linguine with mussels, scallops, calamari, shrimp and kalamata olives in a tomato-based sauce. The flavor was very good and the pasta cooked al dente. The amount of seafood was good but could've used more pasta (usually it's the other way around.)
Our server Trish was awesome. At first I thought she was just okay as she didn't really check on us, but when it came time to split the bill (at her suggestion), she did it snap, crackle, pop! Some places make it sound like rocket science (ahem, Polli's.)
Good food and really good pricing. Checking in on Yelp can be a problem for Verizon users as all 3 of my friends had no reception. Yay for me having AT&T!
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